“The 65-inch model has a 6.22 million dot panel and is capable of displaying a full high-definition picture at 1920 pixels by 1080 pixels, according to Yasutaroh Tanno, a member of the Sharp’s LCD digital systems division.
The company has hand-made only three prototype models so far and won’t say when a TV based on the panel will go on sale, he says. The models are made on the company’s sixth-generation LCD production line at Kameyama in central Japan.”
Reports are putting LCD TV sales in Japan close to 1.4 million units in eight-months so far this year, an increase of 70%. Sharp is also claiming they have sold around 10,000 units of their 45-inch LCD TV.
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