Posts Tagged Sharp
Posted by Allison L. on July 8, 2010 at 15:31 pm
Now for a limited time, you can cash in on an amazing Sony 3DTV offer we’re running. If you haven’t bought a 3DTV yet, now is the time! You can get everything you need for just $2429.97. That saves you $1239.92 compared to if you bought each piece separately!
With this 3DTV starter package, you get:
Posted by Allison L. on June 16, 2010 at 15:57 pm
Now until July 10, go to your nearest New York, New Jersey or Connecticut P.C. Richard & Son to enter to win your chance to see the Mets in Atlanta, GA! The winner will receive 2 round trip tickets to Atlanta, one night hotel stay, two tickets to the Mets vs. Braves game at Turner Field on August 30, and one Sharp 40″ Quattron LCD television. This prize is valued at $2,799.99.
Posted by Allison L. on June 11, 2010 at 12:27 pm
Each week we highlight a superb sale from our Hot Deals page. This week’s highlight is our Sharp LC32SB28UT 32″ LCD 720p HDTV deal.
Now’s the time to cash in on a blowout hot deal we’re having! You can now get the Sharp LC32SB28UT 32″ LCD 720p HDTV for just $391.92, plus FREE shipping. This is a great deal for a new TV or computer screen and is excellent for movies, gaming, channel surfing and more. Even if you already have a flat screen television in your living or TV room, consider this for a kid’s or play room.
Posted by Allison L. on May 24, 2010 at 16:13 pm
3D TV has been the talk of new TV technology lately, but there’s a new 2D technology coming into play, too. You’ve probably seen the great TV commercials featuring George Takei in a white lab coat explaining Sharp’s newest advancement: “Quattron” quad pixel Technology. But what is this crazy “quad-pixel” talk and what’s so different about it?
Posted by Allison L. on May 18, 2010 at 14:36 pm
You may have seen Pat Dehner on TV in New York talking about the hottest products from P.C. Richard & Son before. He’s now made his way to Connecticut to talk to our friends at Fox News about how to create and organize your own home theater system! Here is the clip of Pat explaining everything home theater from May 14: