Sharp, in cooperation with Japanese TV network NHK, has recently introduced a new 85-inch LCD TV that is compatible with the newly developed Super Hi-Vision format. The said TV is said to be the world’s first in terms of viewing on Super Hi-Vision, a new television broadcast format that is said to be the successor to HDTV. The said new TV format will come with a higher resolution than current HDTV’s.
The Sharp Super Hi Vision LCD TV comes with an incredible full 7,680 x 4,320 pixel resolution. This comes at 103 pixels per inch, nearly 3x that of current 1080p HDTV’swhich average 36 pixels per inch. This means super clear and incredibly detailed images possible on such a giant 85-inch LCD TV display. The new Sharp 85-inch Super Hi Vision LCD TV will be shown to the public at the NHK’s Science and Technology Research Laboratories in Tokyo from May 26 to 29.