SHARP Roles out the 70/60-Inch High-Sensitivity Touchscreen LCD Monitor to be used as Electronic Whiteboards
Sharp has announced the release of PN-L702B/PN-L602B, 70- and 60-inch touchscreen LCD monitors which can be used as electronic whiteboards, capable of displaying video, still pictures as well as PC data with superb image quality.
This is simply comes as a natural progression in Sharp’s display product line-up based on company’s knowhow on UV2A and LED backlight technologies. The new LCD monitors integrate a large Sharp LCD panel with a high-sensitivity touch screen. With a use of bundled touch pen and Sharp’s pen software, the both display monitors can be used as an electronic whiteboard, where the user can smoothly write or draw directly on the screen, and also enlarge and reduce size of the on-screen image, plus scrolling capability using touchscreen gestures. Based on Sharp’s proprietary UV2A technology and LED backlight technology, both models are capable of delivering high image quality at low power consumption. Read more
Sharp has announced the development of high performance small and medium size LCD panels using oxide semiconductor, InGaZnO. The new panels were designed to full fill the market demand for small to medium size LCD panels that are being used in smartphones as well as Tablet PCs offering quality display which includes high resolution and high picture quality as well as being light weight in a small form factor with low power consumption. Read more
Sharp announced the release of all-in-one Aquos Quatrron 3D LCD TVs. The two new models in LB series come in sizes of 52V and 46V with built-in Blu-ray Disc recorders. The LCD panels in the LB Series use Sharp’s four-primary color technology, developed by the company based on its UV2A technology, where the yellow color is added to RGB primary colors for better utilization of light and providing a brightness approximately 1.8 times greater than conventional three primary color LCD panels. Additionally, the new TVs are equipped with a new Quattron Pure Mode capable of automatically optimizing the high-definition images to match the four-primary-color technology. The built-in 3D-compatible Blu-ray Disc recorders are compatible with BDXL, a new format for multi-layer recordable Blu-ray Discs, capable of recording up to approximately 87 hours of high definition TV programming in extended recording mode. Read more
Sharp has developed the four-primary-color technology based on company’s proprietary UV2A technology, a new technology that adds yellow to the RBG (red, blue, green) primary colors, resulting in dramatic improvement in picture color quality.Through use of this technology, the company has significantly improved the light utilization efficiency contributing to reduced power consumption by approximately 10% in comparison to previous models with UV2A technology. The 1.8 times greater in brightness, provides a vivid 3D images to viewers. Read more
Sharp Corporation today made an announcement today on development of world’s first Photo Alignment technology to be used for LCD panels. The new technology is capable of precisely controlling the alignment of liquid crystal molecules in a simple LCD panel structure. In achieving this Sharp has made use of special material that responds to ultraviolet rays and at the same time has developed UV2A Technology a photo-alignment technology capable for purpose of aligning film in LCD panels, providing a highly accurate control over the alignment of liquid crystal molecules corresponding to the direction of radiation. Read more