Sharp Announces Aquos XL Series with Moth-Eye Technology

Posted Thu Oct 25, 2012 at 07:00 AM PDT by Dick Ward

The new tech is designed to reduce glare and keep contrast high.

The newest sets from Sharp, which are due out in Japan in late November and mid-December, are already using the recently announced Moth-Eye display technology that the company showed off just a few weeks back. Moth-Eye displays are designed in such a way that you'll get high contrast and color without having to deal with glare.

The new line, which appears to be Japan only at the moment, includes sets ranging from 46 inches all the way up to 80 inches. They sport a 1080p resolution, Quattron yellow sub-pixels, and LED backlighting. Pricing isn't set quite yet, but quantities are fairly limited so we're expecting that a high price will accompany that.

Source: Engadget

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