Sharp Releasing AQUOS DX2 HDTVs With Integrated Blu-Ray Recording In Japan

Last year Sharp introduced the world’s first HDTV with Blu-ray players.  Ever since then Sharp has been on top of their Blu-ray game.  This year Sharp is releasing a new TV that has Blu-ray recording capabilities.  The problem is that the DX2 series of TVs made by Sharp are only in Japan so far.

The 1080p AQUOS HDTV is available in 40″, 46″, and 52″.  The 720p  AQUOS HDTV is available in 32″ and 26″.   The AQUOS TVs will be able to burn about 30 hours of HD video on dual-layer Blu-ray discs.  The price of the HDTVs range from ¥170,000 ($1,740) from the lower end to ¥480,000 ($4,946.40) on the higher end.

[via Engadget]

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