Sharp Dynabook Satellite Pro L40 and Sharp 4K Android TV prices and specs via Revu Philippines

Sharp laptop, Android TV launched in PH as part of 108th anniv

In Appliances, Business, Laptops, TVs by Alora Uy GuerreroLeave a Comment

There’s much to be said about a company that’s more than a century old and is still going strong. Case in point: Sharp Corporation, a familiar name not just in the technology industry but in others as well, is currently celebrating its 108th anniversary.

In the Philippines, the company marks its 108th year by formally launching products as part of its Stay Home, Stay Sharp campaign — no doubt born out of its commitment to help Filipinos navigate the “new normal.” And we’re not just talking about appliances. There’s a laptop and an Android TV, each with different models.

Sharp Dynabook Satellite Pro L40

In case you didn’t know, Dynabook is formerly Toshiba, and Sharp bought more than 80% of it in 2018. The brand mainly offers business laptops, smart glasses, and IoT [Internet of Things] devices.

Three Sharp Dynabook Satellite Pro L40 models are available locally, with prices starting from P44,998 — or around $930 converted.

  • PJA11L-00R00D: P44,998 ($930)
  • PJA11L-01300D: P49,998 ($,1034)
  • PJA21L-003002: P67,998 ($1,406)

You can see their respective specs here.

Sharp 4K Android TV

It’s not only the way we work and study that the COVID-19 pandemic has upheaved; it’s also the way we consume content for entertainment. Chances are, you now watch more, say, Netflix shows.

Sharp has an answer to cater to that change in lifestyle. The newly available Sharp 4K Android TV makes use of the company’s highly regarded Ultra HD AQUOS 4K Technology, so you have a great viewing experience.

Its high luminance feature allows for life-like contrast between light and darkness. SD and HD videos can be up-converted to 4K resolution with minimal noise, thanks to the television’s X4 Master Engine Pro II processor. And as with other Android TVs, you get to use apps from the Play Store.

There are three models retailing in the Philippines — units with model numbers 4T-C50BK1X, 4T-C60BK1X, and 4T-C60CK1X. The cheapest, a 50-inch TV, is priced at P30,998 ($641). The 60-incher costs P45,998 ($951). The 4T-C60CK1X, on the other hand, does not have pricing yet.

For the rest of the products, refer to the press release below.

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Editor-in-chief: Alora Uy Guerrero has 18 years of experience as an editor for print and digital publications such as Yahoo. She took time off journalism to manage OPPO’s digital-marketing campaigns. When not busy with her babies, she’s working on Revü, a passion project — or probably traveling or obsessing over her favorite bands, movies, TV shows, and basketball teams.