Sharp announced a reboot of its AQUOS TV line at CES. Sharp may be excited about delivering four new TV's with 14 different feature sets and screen sizes, but consumers may be overwhelmed with too many options. The real news is whether Sharp can take screen market share from Corning with its IGZO screen technology. TheStreet's Debra Borchardt and Chris Ciaccia report from Last Vegas.

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