Sharp LC-19D1E
The company's first ever HD-Ready 19in LCD TV is joined by two, larger, 9cm-thin Full HD resolution sets, in 32in and 37in sizes

Sharp has added three new screens to its Aquos range of televisions. All three place an emphasis on compact dimensions for added versatility.

First-up is the LC-19D1E, which is unsurprisingly a 19in set. Selling itself as ideal for movies and games – kid's bedroom, perhaps – the TV has HDMI and PC inputs, alongside a claimed 7500:1 contrast ratio.

There's a 1366 x 768 resolution panel packed in to the ultra-compact frame, which stands just 36cms tall including the stand, as well as a digital Freeview tuner.

Next in line are two additions to the XL8E Series, the LC-32XL8E and the LC-37XL8E. Both TVs sport 100Hz technology, 1920 x 1080 resolutions and three HDMI inputs.

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The 19in will sell for around £350, the 32in looks set to retail around the £900 mark and the 37in at £1099.