Sharp announced that it's 2016 TV lineup will be headed up by a pair of stunning HDR Quantum Dot TVs using QDEF Quantum Dot technology from Nanosys and 3M. The Verge covered the news at CES:

The new flagship TV, the 70-inch 4K Sharp Aquos N9000 series, features Quantum Dot technology and high dynamic range — both firsts for Sharp — as well as Full-Array local dimming over 192 zones; it will retail for $3,299. There’s also a 65-inch 4K model with a curved screen with an identical spec breakdown that will cost you $2,999. 

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