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Sharp Aquos LC-80LE857U Quattron LED/LCD TV - Product of the Week

By January 24, 2014

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Dateline: 01/24/2014
February 2014 is going to be a big month for sports fans, starting off with the Super Bowl and the rest of the month featuring extensive coverage of the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. What better way to enjoy both events but on a really large screen TV. Well, is 80-inches big enough for you? If so, then check out the Sharp Aquos LC-LC-80LE857U as a possible choice.

Not only will its large screen size please you, but this set provides additional support to make sure that large image looks good, including Sharp's 4-primary color Quattron system, LED Edge-lighting, 1080p native resolution, 240 Hz refresh rate, and very good contrast ratio.

Also, the LC-80LE857U has a lot of other great features that you can take full advantage of after the Super Bowl and the Olympics, such as both 2D and 3D viewing (two pairs of glasses are included), built-in (ethernet or wifi) to provide access to internet streaming content, a full web browser, and even direct online tech support. Skype video phone calls (camera required) can also be made using this TV.

For connectivity, the LC-80LE857U provides four HDMI inputs (inlcuding one MHL-enabled and one Audio Return Channel-enabled input), USB ports for access to compatible media files stored on compatible USB divices, such as Flash Drives, or a compatible USB windows keyboard to make internet browsing easier. Wireless Bluetooth is also provided for wireless connection of the 3D glasses, or connecting a compatible keyboard or mouse.

Check out the Sharp LC-80LE857U.
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For additional suggestions, check out my listing of 40-inch and Larger LED/LCD TVs.

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