Looks like those whispers
we heard about Sharp's forthcoming announcement of (yet another) Blu-ray player were true, as the firm has chosen CEDIA
as the locale to introduce the US market to its slim-profile AQUOS
BD player." The BD-HP20U will be the first product "outside of the Sharp LCD suite to carry the AQUOS name," and will feature HDMI 1.3, 1080p24 support, AQUOS LINK, component outputs, compatibility with the lossless audio formats, and 1080p upscaling of vanilla DVDs. According to Sharp
, the unit itself will boast a "piano black finish with one of the slimmest designs in the industry," and if all goes as planned, we should
actually see this one hit shelves later this month for $549.99.