Sharp AQUOS 70” LED 120Hz 1080p Full HD Smart 3D TV
This HDTV’s massive 70” display gives movies, shows, and sports a cinematic canvas, while its built-in WiFi offers nearly endless streaming and entertainment options.
Smart TV: Entertainment on Demand
Stream a movie rather than walking to a Redbox, or binge on your favorite TV shows online. This Smart TV’s built-in WiFi and preloaded apps for Facebook, Twitter, Netflix, and more expand your entertainment options without the clutter of cables and external streaming devices.
Vivid color, razor-sharp contrast, and expansive clarity pull you deeper into movies, TV shows, and video games. To achieve this quality, 1080p Full HD resolution packs the display with more than 2 million pixels, rendering super-fine images for a picture that looks almost true to life.
3D: Make Movie Nights More Immersive
A 3D TV has two modes—2D and 3D—both of which provide a dynamic viewing experience. In standard 2D, the TV’s high-quality display ensures crisp, clear color and details. When it’s time for a 3D-compatible movie, simply switch into 3D mode with a few clicks of the remote, and then put on a pair of 3D glasses. Images appear as though they’re leaping off the screen, making you feel like a part of the action.
- Model number: LC-70LE745U
- 70” display with full-array LED backlighting
- 1080p Full HD resolution (1920x1080)
- 120Hz native refresh rate
- Built-in WiFi and web browser
- Apps for Facebook, Netflix, Twitter, and more
- 4 HDMI ports
- 2 USB ports
- 1 Ethernet port
- 15W subwoofer and dual 10W speakers
- Product dimensions (without stand): 62.76” (W) x 38” (H) x 2.2” (D)
- Full specifications
- Condition: new
In the box: TV, stand, and remote control
Though Sharp got its name from one of its first products, the Ever-Sharp mechanical pencil it produced in 1915, the name is equally descriptive of the company’s current lineup of HDTVs. As TVs grow bigger, pictures get more lifelike, and sound becomes more vibrant, Sharp has pioneered technologies to meet—and exceed—current standards. In 2007, it produced what was then the largest consumer LCD TV, a 108” 1080p HDTV, and in 2015, while other TV manufacturers were still filling out their 4K TV lineups, Sharp introduced an 8K TV with 16 times the resolution of 1080p—sharp indeed.
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