Smaller Screen Sharp LC-32LE653U Complements Bedrooms & Home Offices
Adding to its line of smart TVs, Sharp has announced its LC-32LE653U 32-inch TV that offers a full selection of streaming entertainment options, as well as a 1080p resolution and a dynamic contrast ratio of 4,000,000:1.
Years ago the idea of having a 32-inch TV in a bedroom or study seemed as far fetched as having robots in the home performing tasks such as vacuuming.
Thanks to rapid advances in technology, there are robotic vacuum cleaners, and thankfully for TV junkies, TVs that were once too big for small spaces like bedrooms are now able to fit.
The latest example of just how room-friendly today’s generation of TVs have become is the latest Sharp AQUOS HDTV: the 32-inch LC-32LE653U. Sharp’s newest HDTV provides dealers with a sleek, small footprint HDTV that can be placed in locations that include bedrooms, office studies and other rooms.
The television incorporates Sharp’s latest industrial designs that are highlighted by its ultra-narrow bezel and companion stand. As a complement to its industrial designs, the TV incorporates a wallpaper option to allow homeowners to display just about any image when the TV is off to add an extra touch of style.
Fundamentally, the LC-32LE653U features a 1920x1080p resolution, dynamic contrast ratio as high as 4,000,000:1, 60Hz refresh rate, two HDMI inputs, MHL compatibility, USB, and a pair of speakers that are powered by 10-watt amplifiers.
The 32-inch TV also offers Wi-Fi network connectivity, along with its SmartCentral platform of streaming apps that includes Netflix, YouTube, Pandora, social media apps such as FaceBook and Flicker, and a web browser.
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