Over 30% off Sharp LC-60LE757U 60-Inch Aquos Quattron 1080p 240Hz Smart LED 3D Full HD TV (Now Expired)

Sharp LC-60LE757U 60-Inch Aquos Quattron Smart LED 3D HD TV

October 26, 2013

in 60 - 69 LED TV sets

One of the BEST, if not THE BEST LED TV in this class. This is packed with all the high-end specs you’d see on a modern LED TV. Together with the over 30% off price cut, this is something you don’t want to miss.

Is this the BEST 60″ LED TV? Yes, but if you want really slim, you should check out this Samsung
Is this HDTV recommended or NOT? Yes recommended, it has got SUPERB REVIEWS from actual users
Brand Sharp
Model LC60LE757U
Screen Size 60 inches
LCD/LED or Plasma LED
LED Backlight Technology LED-Edge Lit
3D Yes
HD Resolution 1080p Full HD Resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels)
Refresh Rate 240 Hz
Energy Star energy efficiency standards met? Yes, estimated energy costs are only $16/year
Wi-Fi connectivity Wi Fi Built-in
Web Browser Yes
HDMI inputs 4
USB inputs 2
Other inputs 1X RS-232C; 1X PC In; ARC (Audio Return Channel) and MHL; 1X RF in; 1X Component Video Input; 2X Composite Video Inputs; 4X Audio Inputs; 1X Audio Output; 1X ethernet
Any special features? Narrow Bezel; Slim Profile; Dual Core Processor; Remote Control APPS (iOS/Android); Web + TV Split Screen; Skype; DLNA Certified; MHL Compatible; Child Lock; Closed Caption; Optical Picture Control; Enhanced Noise Reduction; 2.1 channel speakers; Built-in Subwoofer; Bluetooth for keyboard/mouse
Special Remarks Highly recommended. Great picture quality. Has almost everything you can expect from a HDTV of 2013/2014
Any negatives This uses Active 3D technology. Now that’s not a bad thing, however, Active 3D glasses are more expensive compared to passive 3D glasses. But then again, if you won’t need extra 3D glasses (2 pairs included), or you don’t mind the extra expense of the active 3D glasses, this is a highly recommended TV set for 2D watching, which is what most of us do 99% of the time.
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