With Q+ TVs built on 1080p panels, Shark gets the low cost advantage and prices product between range of $2,500 to $6,000
CES 2014 has already become an old story but it has left its sparks all scattered around here because some of the things which were announced at the event have come out for purchase now. For instance we have the Sharp's Quattron+ lineup which is a series of 2014 AQUOS televisions which feature the newest and the best of all features and also includes a revamped SmartCentral platform. This might sound interesting to you but the real thing here is the Quattron+ technology which, according to Shark, will be able to "accept a 4K signal and play it back at near-4K resolution, with an effective resolution of 3,840 x 2,160."
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Thanks to the Revelation Upscaler, this has been made possible. Through this, the HD content is taken and is optimized for the higher resolution screen, so that it's sharper and more vivid. Since the Q+ TVs have been built on 1080p panels, this would allow Shark to place their product in the lower price range and this will give them a huge competitive advantage over their other competitors. Now is the perfect time to grab your sets which are available in the market with prices ranging from $2,500 to $6,000.
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