buried on the 844 page is this correction that the LC-80LE645U is Vap0rware
( I think the guy was just miss-taken OR he miss-understood what he was told OR was fed a line of BS by a salesman rep Or had one too many Free drinks @ the cocktail party L O L
This post has been updated corrected since its initial publication. The original post referred to a model LC-80LE645U with 120Hz refresh rate and 4K resolution. The only 80-inch 3D model Sharp announced at the show is the LC-80LE844U with a 240Hz refresh rate and standard 1080p resolution.
Read more: http://www.cnet.com/8301-33379_1-573...#ixzz1oN5szKzm
I had a sense that the report was flawed but this is buried, not on the page that was linked, BUT on the pre-view page of the 844 done by C/Net . Mystery solved
So to put things in a better light seems that the 1st report "Sharp TVs 2012:60 is the new small " was not corrected (which is the page linked by Rockaway 1836 )& the 844 report WAS corrected to show that there is Not a 645 in the 2012 line-up.
.. confused Yet ??
IMO the 80" 632 is going to be phased out soon ,
.............................Just when will that 80" 632 be gone ??????????????
I think it's gone as soon as Sharp can figure out HOW to Edge Light a 80" display & that will be soon very soon . I M H O
(it's just Cheaper to make an Edge lit display thereby reducing production costs, which in turn maximizes profit)
agin for a 80" display that has all &/Or mostly all full 100% satisfaction by current buyers , Ya'll have been warned ...............................
Inexpensive Full Array Back Lighted Displays are soon to be an Extinct Exotic Animal .. the full array back lit 70"er's are now extinct as we speak !