Sharp outs 8K LED TV, IoT Inverter Aircon, and campaign for locally-made Sharp products

Sharp outs 8K LED TV, IoT Inverter Aircon, and campaign for locally-made Sharp products

Sharp Philippines has announced their AQUOS 8K LED TV, with 16x the resolution of Full HD (or 1920×1080), the Super Premium Split Type IoT (internet of things) Inverter Airconditioner, and the start of the company’s Philippine-made products campaign. The event was held last May 17 at Shangri-la at The Fort. The launch also included the Sharp AQUOS 4K TV series and showcased other Sharp home appliances, including 2K TVs and air purifiers. 

Sharp's 8K LED TV offers incredibly detailed resolution suited for businesses, security, transportation, education, and film-making.

AQUOS 8K LED TV

8K resolution offers incredible, ultra-fine details the naked eye cannot capture, and hence is used in the fields on medicine, business, security, education, transportation, film-making, and by those who value intense detail and color in their videos. The Sharp AQUOS 8K LED TV was first introduced in October 2017 and is currently distributed in China, Japan, Taiwan, Europe, and soon, the Philippines.

Sharp's 8K LED TV offers incredibly detailed resolution suited for businesses, security, transportation, education, and film-making. Sharp's 8K LED TV offers incredibly detailed resolution suited for businesses, security, transportation, education, and film-making.

AQUOS 8K LED TV Specifications (70-inches) China Model
Production Factory China(Nanjing)
LCM Panel 8K
Panel Frequency 60Hz
Polarizer AG
Back Light Direct
Color Gamut (BT2020) 86%
T-CON Galileo ×2
Appearance Front Bezel AL
Stand Base Pipe Stand(Dark Silver)
Speaker LR/Sub Woofer Side/40W Woofer
Audio Out 20W+20W+40W
Features HDMI port 2K/4K : 3 input

8K : HDMI2.0×4 input

HDR HDR10(4K/8K),  DV(4K)
Optical I-con Yes
LED Indicator – (Optical icon)
Sensor OPC
Operating Key pad Side : Jog Key
R/C BT
Platform OS Android N(7.0)
Dimensions Dimensions (with stand)

(without stand)

1732×978×466mm

1732×907×128mm

Weight (with stand / Wo stand) 51kg / 48.5kg
Power Consumption (standby) 430W (0.5W)

Super Premium Split Type IoT (internet of things) Inverter Airconditioner

This IoT airconditioner features Plasmacluster Ion Technology, which keeps both the air in your room clean, and the inside of the aircon itself, clean. It can be controlled through a mobile device through an app, has an easy to follow LED indicators for different settings, and automatically cleans the inside of the unit to prevent the growth of molds.

Sharp's 8K LED TV offers incredibly detailed resolution suited for businesses, security, transportation, education, and film-making.

The IoT Inverter Airconditioner also has a 14-degree Celsius temperature setting – the lowest setting in the industry – which is effective for indoor cooling in severely hot weather (like in the Philippines during the summer); and this works even when outside temperatures soar. The Super Premium Split Type IoT Inverter Airconditioner comes in 1.0 HP (AH-XP10VF) and 1.5 HP (AH-XP15VF) variants.

Locally-Made Sharp Products aimed at the Philippine Market

Sharp Philippines is also launching a campaign that highlights Philippine-made Sharp products, including LED TVs, washing machines, videoke, and electric fans.

Sharp's 8K LED TV offers incredibly detailed resolution suited for businesses, security, transportation, education, and film-making.

The company believes that supporting local will improve the Philippine economy. The company aims to increase sales by 20% in 2018.

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Irwin Allen Rivera loves his wife's cooking so much he's now twice the man he used to be. His English essay won a Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Award for Literature in 2012. His philosophical-horror story appeared in Philippine Speculative Fiction 8 (2013). He was managing editor and lead writer of Sites and Symbols 2 (2005), a coffee-table book about buildings in UP Diliman - his alma mater (BA Philosophy; MA Creative Writing continuing). He worked at the UP Diliman Information Office before shifting to web content writing. His sudden fiction, "Notwithstanding Pigs," initially a Friendster testimonial, appeared in Philippines Graphic (2006) and in Very Short Stories for Harried Readers (2007). He used to write for www.technoodling.net.