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Sharp to launch 32-inch display with advanced LCD technology


09:15, November 29, 2012

TOKYO, Nov. 28 (Xinhua) -- Sharp Corp. said Wednesday it would launch a 32-inch high-definition (HD) display for business use in Japan on Feb. 15.

The display is expected to be sold at a price of around 450,000 yen, and it will be equipped with Sharp's "Igzo" panel with enhanced picture quality. The product displays images four times finer than current high-definition resolutions, according to Sharp.

The display can be used in operations including finance-related business, video editing and computer-aided design systems which require detailed delineations of images and characters, according to the Osaka-based company.

Sharp is currently the only company in the world that can mass- produce the panels using a semiconductor material. The company hence expects the panels to be a key product in turning its vulnerable business around.

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