Posted Mon Jan 5, 2015 at 11:00 AM PST by Steven Cohen
The new Beyond 4K model offers 66 million subpixels.
At its CES 2015 press conference, Sharp has revealed its latest collection of 4K displays. Among the new sets is a model that simulates an 8K resolution.
The new 4K TVs will be available in three lines: the UB30, UE30, and UH30 series. The UB30 series will be available in sizes ranging from 43-inches to 65-inches. The UE30 line comes in sizes ranging from 60-inches to 80-inches and features the SmartCentral platform with Android TV, LED dimming, and a 480Hz refresh rate. Finally, the premium UH30 series comes in 70-inch and 80-inch models and offers a color-enhancing backlight and a higher 960Hz refresh rate. In addition, the company's Beyond 4K 80-inch model uses proprietary pixel-splitting and Quattron technologies to create 66 million subpixels. That's 42 million more subpixels than a traditional 4K set and 167 percent greater resolution, simulating a 7,680 x 4,320 picture.
Sharp's new 4K and Beyond 4K TVs will start shipping this Spring with prices ranging from $750 to $6,000.
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