Now, with our love of the latest and greatest techno toys, we can rekindle our affection for LCDs—but this time, we’re talking TVs, not watches. Initially, LCD televisions seemed like a great idea—with their sleek design and slim profiles—but they had problems. Consumers complained they could only watch TV in a darkened room, smack dab in front of the screen or else the picture quality was terrible.
Technology caught up with a new generation of LCD TVs. With exceptional picture quality designed to counter those ‘bright room’ problems, as well as a sharper image that lets you wander around the room with a clear view at every angle. We wondered if it could get any better. And then it became wireless!
Plug Sharp’s digital, audio video transmitter into a video source (like a VCR or DVD player) and you’ll be invisibly hooked-up to watch TV wherever you’d like on a swanky, 15-inch Wireless AQUOS LCD TV. The picture and stereo sound stays sharp up to 30 metres away from the source, while the carrying handle makes it a snap to move from room to room. Since it’s wireless, the AQUOS needs a battery, but it’s built into the unit and is rechargeable, providing three hours of viewing time. Just think: you can watch your favourite flick while flipping burgers on the barbecue. Now that’s progress!
For more information, visit Sharp.ca.