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Never Mind The Size, Feel The Quality

Never Mind The Size, Feel The Quality

As flat-screen TVs just get bigger and bigger, electronics company Sharp has bucked the trend - creating a stylish LCD television that’s small enough for the kitchen or bedroom.

One of a kind, the new Aquos 19” LC-19A33X is slim and sleek enough to fit into the smallest spaces. The aesthetically pleasing LCD is available in a Black or White finish and will complement traditional and contemporary modern décor.

The new Aquos 19” is small in stature but big on features without compromising on quality. The television screen features innovative OPC technology unique to Sharp. The advanced optical picture control technology automatically adjusts the screen luminance according to room brightness and also reduces power consumption.

This slim-line Sharp LCD television can also double as your computer screen. Plug your PC into the back of the monitor, and it’s ready to go. By using it for both television and computer viewing you can declutter your kitchen bench or office space.

One of the most versatile LCD TV’s available, Sharp’s 19” LCD television features a HDMI input source so you can easily connect your Xbox, Blu-ray or PS3 devices. It is also HD compatible 720p/1080i and features teletext capabilities.

The Aquos 19” is a stunning design that remains faithful to the Aquos namesake - Aqua and Quality.

RRP: $799.00 now available at leading electronic stores nationwide.


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