Sharp in Nigeria launch of world's largest LED TV

Sharp in Nigeria launch of world's largest LED TV

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By TECHNOLOGY TIMES Reporter

Caption: Tagami Yahusaru, Director of the Consumer Electronics Division, Sharp Middle East and Africa (left) and Manu Mahdi, General Manager, Consumer Electronics Division, Sharp Middle East and Africa stand by the Sharp 9o inch Aquos ranked as the world's largest commercially available LED TV
Tagami Yahusaru, Director of the Consumer Electronics Division, Sharp Middle East and Africa (left) and Manu Mahdi, General Manager, Consumer Electronics Division, Sharp Middle East and Africa stand by the Sharp 9o inch Aquos ranked as the world’s largest commercially available LED TV

Lagos: June 5, 2013: Sharp Middle East and Africa, part of Sharp Corporation, has announced the Nigeria launch of the world’s largest commercially available television, the 90 inch AQUOS LED.

Sharp prides the TV as a breath-taking marvel of technology spanning 90 inches wall of entertainment and weighs a mere 64 kg.

It roughly measures 2m in width and 1.2m in height with a diagonal screen size of more than 90 inches, the company said in a statement.

The 90 inch AQUOS LED TV was unveiled this weekend during a regional event hosted by Sharp in Mauritius.

Arun Ardhanari, Director for Africa Operations, Tristar Singapore and 200 other distributors from countries in the sub-Saharan Africa witnessed the event.

“We are truly delighted to offer our customers in Nigeria the much anticipated 90” AQUOS LED television,” Tagami Yasuharu, Director, Consumer Electronics at Sharp MEA said.

“With a very strong appetite amongst Nigeria consumer for modern technology, our focus is on nurturing this demand and growing the market share in this market,” he added.

“With thousands of Sharp televisions already sold across the region, we believe the new 90 inch AQUOS LED TV completes our product offering in Nigeria now ranging from 60 inch to 90 inch TVs. The 90 inch AQUOS LED TV will be available through Tristar Singapore at a whopping N4, 449, 449,” Ardhanari said.

As the innovator of LCD technology, which is the basis of modern day LCD and LED TVs, Sharp’s unique proposition is leading the demand in the region for 60” and above TV segment.

The 90”AQUOS LED TV, with its X-Gen Panel Technology, will feature a number of differentiating characteristics, the company said.

 

 

 

 

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