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Sharp Unveils Super Hi-Vision HDTV

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Old 05-19-2011, 10:34 AM   #1
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Sharp Unveils Super Hi-Vision HDTV

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Washington, D.C. (May 19, 2011) -- Sharp today introduced an 85-inch LCD HDTV that purports to offer a resolution 16 times better than today's HDTVs, writes PC World Magazine.

The set, called Super Hi-Vision, is only a prototype. Plus, Sharp acknowledges that the new technology may not even be available for public trials until 2020 at the earliest. But today's prototype shows that the technology is possible and a likely addition in the CE marketplace within a decade or so.

Sharp says Super Hi-Vision images will offer four times as much detail than today's high-def images. The prototype delivers a picture with 7,680 by 4,320 pixels.

Sharp is developing the new picture technology with the Japanese broadcaster NHK. PC World reports that because Super Hi-Vision delivers so much detail, each frame is roughly the same as a 33-megapixel still picture.

NHK has been working on the development of the Super Hi-Vision technology for more than 10 years.
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I guess we will have to wait until 2020 to see what this set is capable of.

Panasonic does currently manufacture a 4k commercial plasma display.
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Wow, I guess I will try to make my displays last until 2025 or so when this technology is affordable.
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This looks pretty sweet
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