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Sharp has added a pair of edge LED-backlit tellies to its Aquos line.

The new models are 32in and 37in, incorporate a Freeview tuner and three HDMI ports, support Dolby Digital Plus audio, and can upscale to 1080p.

The 37-incher, the LC-37LE320E, has 100Hz image interpolation technology, which the 32in LC-32LE210E lacks, but more than makes up for this omission with the abililty to record programmes to USB-connected storage.

Both tellies can play photos, videos and music stored on USB drives.

They go on sale this month for £499 (LC-32LE210E) and £599 (LC-37LE320E). ®

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