Sure, we've already seen Toshiba and Mitsubishi boast about their uber-thin bezels, but Sharp was touting its slimness in another area. Dubbed the "slimmest, lightest AQUOS LCD TVs ever," the D64U lineup had an entire wall reserved to show off, and we figured we'd take a (real) close look at exactly how thin these things really are. As the unscientific finger-gap test shows below, a 1.5-inch frame is pretty flippin' narrow, and it seemed especially so on the 65-inch behemoth. 'Course, if given the option, we'd still chose the 108-inch LCD that was just on the other side of this display, depth be darned.
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Hands-on with Sharp's ultrathin AQUOS D64U LCD series