By Jason Knott · June 20, 2012 • Sharp's new 90-inch Aquos flat panel TV is touted as the 'world's largest' LED with an MSRP of $10,999.99.
By Robert Archer · June 15, 2012 • Mark Viken, vice president, marketing for Sharp Electronics discusses the company's emphasis on large-screen TVs and its role in reviving the Elite brand.
By Rachel Cericola · June 6, 2012 • Sharp's new XV-Z30000 Projector is now Control4 Certified, ensuring it integrates seamlessly with Control4 home automation systems.
By Robert Archer · January 19, 2012 • Sharp's latest 3D front projector the XV-30000 is capable of producing up to 1600 ANSI lumens and the DLP-based unit uses active 3D technologies to deliver a 3D viewing experience.
By Jason Knott · December 28, 2011 • After a five-year investigation, Samsung, Sharp, Hitachi, Epson and three other manufacturers agree to pay $553 million to settle price-fixing claims for LCDs.
By CE Pro Editors · December 5, 2011 • Distributor Stampede announces plans to increase its one-day trade show and training program to 13 cities in 2012, along with longer hours and more education.
By Julie Jacobson · October 14, 2011 • Home automation, audio and networking categories rebound for dealers in the Home Technology Specialists of America buying group. Fall meeting rosy despite resignation of Richard Glikes.
By Grant Clauser · August 4, 2011 • Sharp and Pioneer have collaborated on the new Elite LED LCD TVs, which mix the best technology of both brands.
By Jason Knott · June 22, 2011 • Distributor's series of educational events focuses on smart TVs from Sony, LG, Mitsubishi, Sharp and Toshiba.
By CE Pro Editors · June 10, 2011 • IAVI will stock Sharp's full product line, including projectors, displays, replacement lamps, and other accessories.
By Arlen Schweiger · May 23, 2011 • A 20-inch CRT and beanbag chair get kicked to the curb in favor or Sharp flat-panel TV and a surround sound system.
By Arlen Schweiger · April 22, 2011 • An affordable projector that will deliver high-quality 3D to your clients' homes in a big way.
By Robert Archer · April 19, 2011 • The company says its new 70-inch AQUOS LED HDTV offers 62 percent more viewing area than a 55-inch television, and to add to the TV's attractiveness, Sharp also bundles into the television a full selection of networked apps.
By Grant Clauser · April 14, 2011 • Sharp is now selling its 70-inch Quattron LED LCD TV, which it says is the largest LED-based TV on the market.
By Grant Clauser · March 23, 2011 • New models offer video streaming via VUDU or Netflix, music from Pandora and online customer support.