Sharp refreshed its AQUOS line of HD and 4K televisions at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. TheStreet gives you a first look at these sets, which won't be available for purchase until spring 2014. Sharp also showed off its smart TV that it hopes will rival Apple's unannounced model, but at a lower cost.

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