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Sharp AQUOS BOARD™ interactive display systems are much more than your typical interactive white boards. Designed for smooth and effortless communication in a wide range of contexts, their highly responsive touch pens allow several people to write on the same touch screen at the same time. And the Sharp Touch Display Link software enables multifaceted wireless communication. Whether in the office boardroom or the classroom, Sharp changes the way you communicate.
Conventional TVs have been making 3-color pictures for half a century. Sharp introduces the world’s first 4-color LCD TV★, Quattron. Quattron delivers color never seen before on TV.
Adding Yellow pixel makes pictures more vivid, such as “Yellow flower”, “Gold metal”, or “Emerald green”.
AQUOS Delivers Impressively Advanced Picture Quality
The 4-color system★ adds yellow reproduction to the conventional primary colors of red, green, and blue (RGB plus Y). This markedly enhanced yellow reproduction provides an unprecedented wide range in gradations, to deliver colors just as they are in nature. Compared with the conventional 3 primary color panel’s 6.2 million subpixels, the more than 8 million subpixels of the 4 primary color system deliver greater precision with unprecedented color expression through the addition of yellow.
An almost white LED makes white color with blue and yellow. So yellow is the best color to make pictures brighter with less power.
Quattron makes fine and smooth pictures with an 8,294,400 subpixels panel.
- Unlike the conventional 3-color display method, this is a proprietary Sharp method for reproducing colors on a display.
- These data are based on the specification of AQUOS LC-52LE810UN ( US model ) compared with AQUOS LC-52LE700UN ( US model ).
- Ultraviolet-induced multi-domain vertical alignment (UV2A) is a manufacturing method in which UV light is used for precision control of liquid crystal molecules to ensure uniform alignment in specific directions.
- The feature varies depending upon models / regions.