Sharp Now Shipping New Edge-Lit LED TVs with Wi-Fi

Paul Lilly

Looking to replace your janky rear-projection HDTV? There are plenty of options to wade through if you're in the market for a new TV set, including four new models that Sharp has just begun shipping . These all fall under Sharp's LE830 Series Aquos Quattron LED LCD line, which it introduced earlier this year at CES.

These include 40-inch, 46-inch, 52-inch, and 60-inch models, all of which sport Sharp's proprietary edge-lit LED X-Gen LCD panels and Quattron quad-pixel technology for a supposedly wider color palette. The new models also boast built-in Wi-Fi so you can stream content from the Internet, both through your TV and your home network.

Pricing for the new models has been set to $1,300 (LC-40LE830U), $1,500 (LC-46LE830U), $1,900 (LC-52LE830U), and $2,800 (LC-60LE830U).

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