If there’s one message we took from the Sharp’s parade of products at its Xperience event, it’s that the Japanese electronics manufacturer is back, both as a TV and audio brand.
Following several years in the hinterlands, Sharp is looking to re-enter with a purpose – call it an awakening of a slumbering giant. Although its sights are focused on the affordable to mid-range market, challenging the likes of Hisense, Toshiba and TCL in the TV market.
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