World’s largest LCD TV launched at GITEX Shopper
The World’s Largest LCD TV Aquos LC-65G5M from Sharp was launched at GITEX Shopper yesterday (September 26th) as large crowds continued to throng the venue in search of bargains for computers, peripherals, consumer electronics and a wide range of related sectors, reaffirming the event’s status as the premier retail platform for technology in the Middle East.
The Aquos LC-65G5M, 65-inch Digital High Definition LCD TV, the world’s largest LCD model features a full-spec high definition LCD panel with resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 V pixels that can precisely display digital content in Hi-Vision (high definition) format (1080i) exactly as broadcast, enabling users to enjoy beautiful, life-like high definition images on an impressively large screen that far surpasses other video systems, regardless of the brightness of the room.
A steady drop in prices of consumer products, new innovations, replacement items and upgrade versions are stimulating demand at Shopper this year.
Local residents and visitors flock to Airport Expo to capitalise on a wide range of offers. Exhibitors at GITEX Shopper put forward some of the best deals and promotions on their products and services. These are further complemented with a host of prizes, raffles, easy payment facilities, credit card promotions and instant cash prizes making GITEX Shopper the most consumer-friendly and successful retail platform in the Middle East.
Sharp is the largest manufacturer and market leader of LCD globally and holds the number one position in terms of market share in Japan.
Sharp’s LCD TVs are made in Japan. The longevity of the backlight is 60,000 hours. Such a TV uses 8 hours a day should last about 20 years.
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