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World’s largest tv AQUOS LED now in Kenya for Sh2.3M

Sharp’s 9 inch Aquos LED, world’s largest commercially available television; from left to right: Tagami Yahusaru, Director of the Consumer Electronics division, Sharp Middle East and Africa; Manu Mahdi, General Manager, Consumer Electronics division, Sharp Middle East and Africa

The world’s largest commercially available television, the 90 inch AQUOS LED has arrived in Kenya. Those looking for a 90 inch wall of entertainment, you will be able to purchase the 64 kg television for Ksh 2,300,000.

Available at Polestar, the 90 inch AQUOS LED television was unveiled on Saturday during a regional event hosted by SHARP in the picturesque setting of Mauritius. The glitzy launch ceremony was attended by over 200 distributors from countries in the sub-Saharan Africa including Polestar from Kenya.

The 90”AQUOS LED TV, with its X-Gen Panel Technology, will feature a number of differentiating characteristics, including:

A world of colours:
-The X (10th) Generation Panel: It has a wider aperture ratio which allows easy light transmission through the panel. The result is a superb image contrast quality, at much lower power consumption
-UV2A Technology: Sharp uses a method in which UV light controls liquid crystal molecules to ensure uniform alignment. The result is a high precision picture and a deep black & fantastic white at Pico meter level.

It’s truly a sharp TV:
– Every AQUOS® SMART TV comes with Wi-Fi capabilities. This means you no longer need to worry about cables and connections.
– Our Mobile HD Link (MHL) connects your mobile with your Sharp TV and uses the TV’s remote to control mobile apps and content. When connected to the system, your mobile receives power and is charged.
– Sharp lets you switch from 3D to 2D anytime you want.

Choose your lifestyle:
– Get up close and personal with the new television: 1080p HD resolution means you don’t have to sit as far away from your AQUOS® LED TV for optimum viewing as with other televisions.
– Depending on your room ambiance, your AQUOS TV will automatically adjust TV brightness for optimum viewing, which can also save power. Sharp Optical Picture Control (OPC) uses a sensor in front of your TV to detect ambient room light.

Go green with the new AQUOS:
– The world’s most advanced and green friendly manufacturing system: AQUOS LED TVs require fewer resources to manufacture thanks to the SDP 10th Generation LCD manufacturing complex, which employs a centralized energy management system that helps estimate usage volumes and optimise operations. The centralised energy management system reduces CO2 emissions by 48,000 tons per year.

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