CES 2008: Sharp looks to network HDTVs through power lines

  • Sharp is introducing a technology called Aquos Net that brings Internet content and remote diagnostics to Aquos LCD TVs at the touch of a button. To connect the Aquos to an Internet source in another room utilizing existing electrical wiring, Sharp has debuted several PLC (Power Line Communication) adapters. These PLC adapters allow consumers to connect multiple devices, such as TVs, set-top boxes, gaming consoles, PCs, and routers, using Sharp's PLC adapters wherever there are power outlets in the home.

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