Fancy a new, large-size LCD TV? Well, Sharp Japan has just announced their latest 70-inch AQUOS LC-70Q7 LCD TV which claims to provide superb quality images, and consumes less power compared to conventional 70-inch TVs.
Samsung and a number of other LCD display makers have settled a price-fixing case for $553 million.
LCD TVs are getting bigger by the months. Japanese manufacturer Sharp has recently announced plans to sell the 90-inch LCD TV in US, and 80-inch LCD TV in China and Japan.
A 12.1-megapixel camera module was revealed by Japanese manufacturer Sharp recently, sporting a series of features packaged into a very slim form, suitable for use on compact smartphones, which have dominated the mobile market recently.
Sharp has announced their new AQUOS SH8298U glasses-free 3D smartphone which looks to compete with the LG Optimus 3D and the HTC Evo 3D. The AQUOS SH8298U will soon retail in Japan though there is no word as to whether it will be available in other parts of the world.
Mobile phones produced by Japanese manufacturers seldom, if ever find themselves being put up for sale on retail shelves in other countries, but that does not mean that people from all over the world cannot drool about how the Japanese always seem to have a knack for producing some extremely well-designed handsets. That being said,
With more users attempting to blur the lines between enterprise and personal computing, it should be of little surprise that OEMs are starting to pitch typical personal computing devices like tablets as tools which are suitable for enterprise use after a few tweaks to its feature set. And it seems that Sharp is all set
Another day, another interesting piece of consumer electronics-related news from the Land of the Rising Sun. And this time, the whole hoo-ha comes in the form of the world's most popular cat without a mouth from Sanrio endorsing a smartphone that is produced by Sharp and is powered by Google's Android operating system. Kind of
Sharp has announced the availability of its new 3D AQUOS smartphone, the 009SH, for Japan via its domestic telecommunications operator SoftBank. The new device, which sports up to four different colours for consumers to choose from, and a high-resolution 3D display, will be powered by the Android operating system and boasts support for a variety
The current full HD resolutions of 1920 x 1080 may be the end-all resolution for most home, commercial and industrial uses, but leave it to Japan to raise the glass ceiling once again in digital display technology. Apparently, Sharp has managed to successfully develop a gigantic 85-inch LCD panel that is compatible with Japan's domestic
Granted, mobile phones with 3D-capable displays are not the norm yet, but it is only a matter of time before more OEMs start hopping onto the bandwagon and rolling out devices that will see 3D-enabled smartphones eventually becoming the new mainstream. However, those who prefer to live their digital life on the bleeding edge of
LG isn't the only phone manufacturer to come up with smartphones with 3D display which does not require 3D glasses. Japanese maker, Sharp, has also launched two 3D smartphones last year – SH-03C and 003SH - and are likely to retail in China this spring.
Many home theatre enthusiasts may remember the fateful day when established audio-visual powerhouse Pioneer made the decision to cease production of its television sets, but it appears that good news eventually come to those who have patience. Apparently, the company has agreed to license its Elite brand of television sets to Sharp in order to
Now this has got to be interesting. After all that hoo-ha about 3D active shutter glasses being tied to the particular 3DTV model that they are bundled with, it appears that a Japanese company known as Sanwa has finally managed to produce the glasses many have been waiting for: one that is compatible with a
The Sharp Galapagos 3D smartphones were launched in Japan since last month, and the phones do not require special glasses unlike the 3D HDTVs. While Sharp smartphones are generally only available in Japan, it looks like it may come to China (and possibly other parts of the world too).
The Sharp GALAPAGOS media tablet will be on sale in Japan, and users have the option to reserve their set when it becomes available next week. At today’s event at Yodobashi Camera in Akiba and Bic Camera in Yurakucho, the company showcased the media tablet which is based on Android operating system, designed to compete with the Apple iPad and Amazon Kindle.
Sharp and KDDI have jointly announced the launch of the new Android smartphone in Japan. Called IS03, the phone runs on Android 2.1 OS and features a 3.5-inch LCD touchscreen that supports 960×640 resolution, as well as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless connectivity.
Sharp Japan has announced that it will launch “GALAPAGOS” eBookstore service in December this year. On top of that, the company will also introduce two tablet devices – 5.5-inch and 10.8-inch - under the “GALAPAGOS” name.
It may have been a little late in hopping onto the bandwagon, but Sharp has come out with its guns blazing to show just what they have to offer the world in terms of 3D-enhanced entertainment. And to that end, the company has announced a slew of new products for the consumer, ranging from 3D
It turns out that the Nintendo 3DS’s cameras might be able to capture images in 3D, thanks to an announcement from Sharp regarding its own 3D camera module designed specially for use on phones, digital cameras and netbooks. Read on to find out more.