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Sharp Electronics announced this week that its Aquos Quattron LE830 series of 2D LCD televisions are now available from retailers in Canada.

Announced earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, they are available in 40", 46", 52" and 60 sizes and feature built-in WiFi connectivity for Netflix, Vudu and CinemaNow streaming.

The Aquos Quattron LE830 series features a slim narrow bezel design, with 1080p panels and a built-in media player which allows for playback of video, music and photos via the USB port.

Pricing for the LE830 series:

LC-60LE830U - $ 2,999.99
LC-52LE830U - $ 2,199.99
LC-46LE830U - $ 1,699.99
LC-40LE830U - $ 1,399.99
 

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Our Sharp 60LE830U tv is due to be delivered on Tuesday.....it is replacing our old 65 inch Toshiba rear projection unit. It looked great on display and contains all the features that we will ever use. Will comment on its operation once we get it up and running. Looking forward to it.
 

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Still in the process of reading the manual and getting it set-up. So far it has been straight forward........the picture quality is excellent. We are very impressed. Wireless connection took a few minutes to enter all the keys etc but is seamless. Automatically splits the screen with you tv program on the left side and your internet connection on the right. Goes to the Sharp app. Just fill in the blanks for country, postal code, etc and the weather bug is in operation. Netflix is almost instant but only allows you to continue if you take the free month. Will try it once we are in our new place. Still playing with this rather unique feature.
The manual is detailed and covers just about eveything. Updates through the internet connection are automatic for apps and firmware. No major problems and a lot of fun exploring.
Bell TV is our HD source and all channels look great or as expected......the SD is also very good. Forgot how much fun a new toy in the house can be.
 
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