Here it is, AV geeks: an RGBY LED panel. Yup, that means there is now a yellow pixel involved which is sure to improve, well, videos of sunflowers and Big Bird. Actually it increases the visible colors from the billions to the trillions. That’s big and this announce could very well be the most important HDTV news of CES 2010. Seriously. 3D is a fade, this big. Click through for a gallery of hands-on pics and pricing.
Sharp also updated the bezel to create an overall fresh look with a translucent bottom bar and rounded corners. The models are also capable of streaming video from services like Netflix through Sprint’s system dubbed AQUOS Net. The models aren’t that far out either. Sharp is targeting a Spring 2010 launch with prices starting out $3299 for the smallest one and $6499 for the gigantic 68-inch.