Sharp announces world's thinnest TV

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In the never ending race to produce the TV, Sharp has taken a slight edge over its Japanese and Korean counterparts. The AQUOS X-series, announced today, comes in 37-, 42- and 46-inch models that are 1.35-inches thin. The LCDs are of the 120Hz, 1080p blend with a contrast ratio of 15,000:1 with 12-bit BDE color. They also include a 3-way 8-speaker system with 1-bit digital amp. No word on price, but they hit the Japanese market March 1.

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