Tagami Yasuharu, director of consumer electronics at Sharp Middle East and Africa (MEA), was speaking at the Nigerian unveiling of the world’s largest commercially sold television - Sharp’s 90 inch Aquos LED.
Yasuharu said Sharp is glad to officially make its highly anticipated 90 inch television available to Nigerian customers who had expecting the product.
He said with the strong affinity for modern technology among Nigerian consumers, Sharp will continue to nurture the demand and at the same time seek to increase its market share in the Nigerian technology market.
Sharp's director for Africa operations, Arun Ardhanari, said the latest product completes Sharp’s product offering for the Nigerian market.
He said: "With thousands of Sharp televisions already sold across the region, we believe the new 90 inch Aquos LED TV completes our product offering in Nigeria now ranging from 60 inch to 90 inch TVs.
"What differentiates us from our competition is our lead and superiority in LED/LCD technology, which together with Sharp's strong brand values, helps us offer consumers state-ofthe-art products priced to meet their aspirations.”
The new product weighs 64kg, has a dimension of 1.2m by 2m and a diagonal screen of size 90 inches (exceeds 2.2m).
The giant television will cost NGN4,449,449 (US$28,400).