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Sharp LC-60UQ10 Review
|3 Years Old|
|£176 Over 5 Years|
Why Has it Scored 48?
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This TV has an energy efficiency classification of A+, and its running costs of £176 over 5 years are typical compared to the other 4,025 televisions that we have compared it to. View all energy saving TVs.
It has some good features, but is also missing a few features:
Fairly large display diagonal
Only Full HD
Does not feature OLED technology
Sharp LC-60UQ10 In-Depth Analysis
Very Good Brand
We checked 336 expert and user reviews (including 34 verified purchases) for Sharp TVs and found that on average Sharp has very good reviews compared to other manufacturers. 88% of those that bought a Sharp TV would recommend the product that they bought to other buyers.
Only Full HD
The display resolution of this television is Full HD, which is typical of many TVs. Full HD TVs have a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.
Fairly Large Display Diagonal
The Sharp LC-60UQ10's display diagonal of 60" is in the largest 14% of all TVs when ordered by this feature. The smallest display diagonal of TVs is 2", the largest is 110", and the average display diagonal is 46".
Does Not Feature OLED Technology
The LC-60UQ10 does not feature OLED technology, although this is within the context that 98% of televisions also do not feature OLED technology.
The LC-60UQ10 is 3D, which is unusual. 74% of televisions are not 3D.
The thickness of the Sharp LC-60UQ10 of 59mm is pretty standard compared to most other TVs. It is in the thickest 50% of all TVs when sorted by this feature.
The LC-60UQ10 supports Wi-Fi. 59% of TVs also support Wi-Fi.
Does Not Have an On/off Switch
Like most other TVs, the LC-60UQ10 does not have an on/off switch. 54% of televisions do not have an on/off switch.
Fairly Bright Display Brightness
The display brightness of the LC-60UQ10 of 500 cd/m² is in the brightest 3% of all TVs when ordered by this feature. The dimmest display brightness of televisions is 50 cd/m², the brightest is 4,000 cd/m², and the average display brightness is 340 cd/m².
Has a Built-In Subwoofer
The LC-60UQ10 has a built-in subwoofer. 90% of TVs do not have a built-in subwoofer.
Quite Fast Motion Interpolation Frequency
TVs have motion interpolation frequencies of between 50Hz and 3,000Hz, and the average motion interpolation frequency is 440Hz. The motion interpolation frequency of the LC-60UQ10 of 800Hz is quite fast compared to most other TVs. It is in the fastest 19% of all TVs when ranked by this feature.
Has a Pair of 3D Glasses Included
The LC-60UQ10 has a pair of 3D glasses included, unlike 85% of TVs which do not have a pair of 3D glasses included.
Has a PC in (D-Sub) Port
The Sharp LC-60UQ10 has a PC in (D-Sub) port, which is unusual. 74% of televisions do not have a PC in (D-Sub) port.
The LC-60UQ10 supports Bluetooth, unlike 81% of TVs which do not support Bluetooth.
The Sharp LC-60UQ10 supports timeshift. 82% of televisions do not support timeshift.
Features Extended PVR
The Sharp LC-60UQ10 features extended PVR. 87% of TVs do not feature extended PVR.
Does Not Feature Local Dimming
Like most other TVs, the LC-60UQ10 does not feature local dimming. 76% of TVs do not feature local dimming.
Has a Card Reader Integrated
The Sharp LC-60UQ10 has a card reader integrated, unlike 96% of TVs which do not have a card reader integrated.
Released Over Three Years Ago
This TV was released in July 2014.
Running Costs Are OK
This Sharp television is rated A+ for energy efficiency, and the LC-60UQ10 has an average running cost of £176 over 5 years based on alright energy prices and usage levels, which is typical compared to the other 4,025 TVs.
|Manufacturer Part Numbers||sharp lc60uq10kn, lc60ud20en, lc60uq10en|