Sharp has partnered with Google to bring you Android TV! Now, the Sharp AQUOS 4K Ultra HD series, renowned for its best-in-class engineering and design, brings you a more personal and interactive television experience. Android TV extends the Android platform that you already know and love, to the biggest screen in your home: your television.
Now it’s easy to cast your favorite movies, music, photos and games from your Android, iOS mobile device or computer to your AQUOS television using your remote, game controller or the Android mobile app. And, streaming content automatically syncs your devices. So, you can start a Netflix movie on your TV and finish watching it on your tablet. Or, save your progress in a game, so that you can resume it later on your phone.
Android TV delivers truly customized and personal content directly to your living room. Apps like YouTube, Hulu Plus and NBA Game Time will put personalized recommendations for blockbuster movies, TV shows and live sports in your home screen to eliminate time wasted searching through menus for ideas. And, the microphone on the remote enables a voice search, so you can tell Android TV what you want to find. For example, tell it to find movies starring George Clooney, romantic comedies set in New York, or find information like tomorrow’s weather forecast.
Kudos to Sharp for integrating Android TV with the AQUOS television series. Now you can have the highest quality in television viewing with a customized interactive experience. The AQUOS series comes with three HDMI inputs, two USB ports, Wi-Fi, and accepts 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) signals at up to 60 frames per second (fps) for smoother motion. It’s this kind of progressive thinking that will keep Sharp AQUOS at the top of its game as the industry continues to innovate into the future.
Contact CCS Presentation Systems today at 480-348-0100 if you are interested in Sharp entertainment systems and Android TV. CCS provides superior audio video products, services and solutions to meet the individual needs of our clients. To learn more about us, visit our website, Facebook, Google+, and Twitter pages.