Sharp LC-68LE920UN LCD HDTV First Impressions Review

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Tour & Design

Tour & Design Summary
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Front


The front of the LC-68LE920UN is made of a single piece of glass, with metal around the rounded edge. It's an impressive looking display with a clean design.

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The front of the LC-68LE920UN.

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Back**


The back of this display is not that interesting; the only things to see are the VESA screws around the center of the display (for ataching it to a wall mount) and the ports which are located on the right side of the body.

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  • The back of the LC-68LE920UN.*

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Sides**


The LC-68LE920UN is a thin display: it is just 1.6 inches thick on the panel itself. The connector for the stand is thicker, but can be taken off for wall mounting.

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The LC-68LE920UN is a svelte 1.6 inches thick.

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Stand/Mount**


The stand of this display has an interesting design. The base and pillar are both clear plastic, as if Sharp was trying to make them as invisible as possible. While they came close, they didn't quite achieve a 'magical, floating TV' look.

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  • The clear plastic stand of the display.*

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Aesthetics**


The LC-68LE920UN is an attractive display, with a clean, simple design that doesn't detract from the main business of the device: showing the images on screen. It isn't as innovative as Sony's monolithic design or as thin as LG's 6.9mm thick LCD HDTV, but it is a very attactive and striking display.

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Sections

  1. Tour & Design
  2. Performance Features
  3. Connectivity & Media
  4. Controls, Menu & Remote
  5. Conclusion
  6. Series Comparison

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