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Sharp Aquos HE LC60LE632U


$1,799.99 Released March, 2011

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Very reasonable price for a 120Hz LED HDTV of this size. 4ms response time and 120Hz offer excellent gaming performance. Internet apps and the overall interface are both straightforward and easy to use.

The Cons:Slight re-imaging delay when changing channels. No support for DLNA streaming.

The Sharp Aquos HE LC60LE632U is a high-end edge-lit LED HDTV with a 1080p native resolution. It features 120Hz Fine Motion refresh, a 4ms response time, a 4,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio and dual USB ports.

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Additionally, the LC60LE632U sports built-in WiFi with Connected TV Services, an X-Gen LCD panel and Vyper Drive technology.

The LC60LE632U's 120Hz refresh technology and 4ms response time allow it to handle fast motion media like action movies and sports with no ghosting or blurring. Its X-Gen LCD panel utilizes 10-bit processing to provide the LC60LE632U with less light leakage and a wider aperture on each pixel for greater overall picture quality. Meanwhile, the LC60LE632U's Vyper Drive technology eliminates any perceptible lag between the TV and any connected game console.

Features

  • 120Hz Fine Motion refresh
  • 4ms response time
  • 4,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio
  • Dual USB ports with video, music and image playback
  • Built-in WiFi
  • Connected TV Services - Netflix, CinemaNow and Vudu
  • X-Gen LCD panel
  • Vyper Drive technology

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  • 3

    Very reasonable price for a 120Hz LED HDTV of this size.

  • 3

    4ms response time and 120Hz offer excellent gaming performance.

  • 3

    Internet apps and the overall interface are both straightforward and easy to use.

  • 2

    Built-in WiFi and Ethernet connectivity options.

  • 2

    USB ports allow for direct media playback including video.

  • 1

    10 bit lcd panel

Cons
  • 2

    Slight re-imaging delay when changing channels.

  • -2

    No support for DLNA streaming.

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