I would love to show you the prelims of Sharp last quarter release high Def Televisions...but then I would be sued and quartered by a major Japanese Corporation...thats not a good thing for an Australian SME...

Suffice it to say that there will be up to five 1920 x 1080 models available, the existing 45 and 65 models are still on the list demonstrating their absolute tech perfection over the other brands that pretend to play in the large screen 1920 LCD market. Ive seen the ragged and late competition 47inch panel on my retail competitors floors and its not there for a discerning buyer ( and I mean wholesale and retail guys )...
At a maybe $5500 go price perhaps the sorted proactive locally branded unashamedly Korean panel in black that may come one day will be a competitor for the Aquos LC45G1sys which will stick at a $1200 plus premium, but the rest arn't even close....
It seems to me that the last shipments of the LC45G1 are going to be a classic of the genre...sold at a loss to a dumb and quality insensitive market (except for CAV customers of course). It has been a fantastic set and will appear alongside the likes of Quad ESLs in the narrow annals of the the audio visual industry history as good value retention desirable product...


It will be fantastic later this year to be finally able to offer some ace 50 - 60 inch LCD TVS at market price levels. What a coincidence that the Media Centre computational device will come of age at the same time. At last, I can stop taking the pills and slip into something virtual and comfortable in a 5m x 4m treated room...

Regards
Rab