The outlook: Sharp's first 4K TV is also the first TV with THX's new 4K display certification, and the first 4K TV in a 70-inch size. Since other TV makers' 4K sets max out at 65 inches -- excepting 84-inch-plus monsters that cost $17 grand and up--it has a better chance of making all those extra pixels appreciable compared with 1080p sets. Sharp touts the upconversion as superior to the competition, and from what we saw at a brief CES demo, it did look pretty good. Overall the LC-70UD1U is likely the best-performing Sharp TV since the Elite.
October 2, 2013 11:43 AM PDT
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| Caption by: David Katzmaier
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