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Sharp 85 inch 8K TV and 70 inch 4K TV with moth view eyes-on photo gallery

Submitted by on January 9, 2013 – 9:39 pm

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Sharp, the display manufacturers known for making one of the first huge TV sets, have pulled all stops at this year’s International CES 2013. We just took a look at their new AQUOS LED TVs in a photo gallery, and now we get to the mother of all display panels at CES, the 85 inch 8K panel, which Sharp proudly says “The Future of Television”.

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The display is huge and the picture quality is astounding, but as with any TV with a resolution above 1080p, content is the only issue as of now, and no other company than Sony has accepted this fact and wants to fix it. The 8K TV is dubbed “Super Hi Vision” and it is very hard to see the pixels at any range. After witnessing this pixel dense display, it was really hard to give others a worthy try. The resolution is 7,680×4,320. But that didn’t stop us from visiting the other huge TV with a modest(!!) 4K UHD resolution, which is almost the bog standard resolution at CES 2013.

The 70 inch UHD TVs are as impressive as the models from other companies.

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The picture quality again, is stunning and Sharp definitely lives upto its name. Here are some other photos from the gallery -

Additional reporting by Bharadwaj, with inputs from Varun and Parth. 

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