Sharp AQUOS LC-65E77UM LCD HDTV First Impressions Review
Our first impressions review on the LC-65E77UM LCD HDTV, as seen at CEDIA 2009.
Tour & Design
The front of the Sharp AQUOS LC-65E77UM features a standard black glossy frame. It's a bit thinner than the average black glossy bezel, but not quite as thin as the LG SL90.
The back of the LC-65E77UM isn't particularly interesting. The ports are located on the bottom left corner of the little plateau it has. This means they're indented a good eight inches or so from the actual edge of the TV. **
The left side of the LC-65E77UM is featureless. The right side has a few side-facing ports and the on-set controls.
As you can see in the above images, the LC-65E77UM can, in fact, be mounted. Sharp didn't have any non-mounted models for us to photograph. We'd assume they involve a pillar that connects the TV to a large, flat base.
The LC-65E77UM is a nice-looking TV. It's not the most gorgeous design we've seen, but it has a small bezel and no obnoxious design fluorishes. The trend for TVs is to have a clean, understated design, and the LC-65E77UM does this well.