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Sunday, 18 March 2007 23:25

SHARP super-high resolution cinema experience

Written by test1

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CEBIT 2007: And we thought that 1080p is enough

    The newest high definition screen from SHARP boasts a fascinating resolution of 4000 x 2000 pixels. Multiply those two figures and the result will be nearly 9 megapixels.

 

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The 65 inch screen is the world largest 8,84 megapixel LCD, looks fascinating. The colours are really vivid, and so much richer in details. 1080P looks like a 20 years old technology compared to this screen.

 

You’ll have to trust us and our eyes, because the video quality is many times better than on the screenshot below.

 

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