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Sharp comes with 80 “TV with 66 million subpixels
Sharp Monday at the CES trade show in Las Vegas presented a television that contains more pixels than regular 4K TVs. The manufacturer must therefore makes use of a technology which splits each pixel.
The television called Aquos Beyond 4K UHD TV and features a 80 “screen, as did Sharp publicized at the Consumer Electronics Show. According to the manufacturer, the television thanks to the artificial parts of pixels than 66 million sub-pixels, which is 42 million pixels would be more than the regular associate professor TVs.
Sharp says the Aquos Beyond 4K UHD TV shows this year for consumers, but a price has not been disclosed according to US media. According to the Japanese electronics giant television provides a resolution that comes close to the successor of 4k, 8k viz. While a TV viewer would not be able to see more difference between television images and the real world.
The so-called Quattrone technique for sharing pixels Sharp used for some time in order to increase the resolution artificial. Thus came the company last year with televisions that admittedly had a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels, but still 16 million sub-pixels counted. At the Sharp Quattron technology adds to the standard rgb combination a yellow pixel to which the picture quality should benefit.
Except for the 80 “model Sharp also announced Monday that it is updating existing Aquos line. These are the UB30-, UE30- and UH30 series. From the first series appear TVs with sizes 43”, 50 “, 55” and 65 “. In the United States, the cheapest model at the end of this spring available for about $ 750, but a European release is still unknown for all the aforementioned series.
The more expensive UE30-line and the UH30-line have in contrast to the UB30 series about Android TV. This means that developers can develop apps for televisions with sdk same as those for the mobile Android version. The UE30-line will be available in 60 “, 70” and 80 “, while the series-only UH30 in 70” and 80 “appears on the market.Viewing:-132
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