Sharp N5000U Review
|1 Review + 1 Award|
|Value for Money||
|$154 Over 5 Years|
Why Has it Scored 71?
It has good expert reviews with an average expert rating of 80%.
With it being less than a year since it was released by Sharp, this TV features some of the latest TV technology. View the latest televisions 2017.
This TV has running costs of $154 over 5 years, which are in the most expensive 16% of all 3,997 TVs that we have compared it to. View all energy saving televisions.
It has some good features, but is also missing a few features:
Has a PC in (D-Sub) port
Only Full HD
Does not feature OLED technology
Should You Buy it Now?
How Big is the Sharp N5000U?
The Sharp N5000U is 1,123mm wide and 79mm tall. It is 656mm thick and weighs 12.8kg.
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Sharp N5000U In-Depth Analysis
Value For Money
Excellent Value for Money
The product has excellent reviews but mediocre features but at $505.00 it is cheaper than 58% of televisions.
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Average Display Diagonal
The Sharp N5000U's display diagonal of 49.5" is pretty typical compared to most other televisions. It is in the smallest 1% of all televisions when ordered by this feature.
Only Full HD
The display resolution of this TV is Full HD, which is typical of many TVs. Full HD TVs have a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.
Does Not Feature OLED Technology
Like most other televisions, the Sharp N5000U does not feature OLED technology. 98% of televisions do not feature OLED technology.
The Sharp N5000U is not 3D. 74% of televisions are also not 3D.
The average thickness of all TVs is 60mm, with the thinnest being 1.7mm and the thickest being 100mm. The thickness of the Sharp N5000U of 79mm is fairly thick compared to most other televisions. It is in the thickest 17% of all televisions when ordered by this feature.
The Sharp N5000U supports Wi-Fi, as do 59% of televisions.
Not Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) Certified
The Sharp N5000U is not Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) certified, although keep in mind that 61% of televisions are also not Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) certified.
Has a PC in (D-Sub) Port
The Sharp N5000U has a PC in (D-Sub) port. 74% of TVs do not have a PC in (D-Sub) port.
Has an Audio Input for DVI
The Sharp N5000U has an audio input for DVI, unlike 92% of televisions which do not have an audio input for DVI.
Very Slow High Frequency Rate
The high frequency rates of TVs range from 20Hz to 3,000Hz, and the average high frequency rate is 260Hz. The Sharp N5000U's high frequency rate of only 60Hz is quite slow compared to most other TVs. It is in the slowest 20% of all televisions when sorted by this feature.
Very High Running Costs
The N5000U is in the most expensive 16% of all 3,997 TVs that we have analysed for running costs. Based on typical usage levels and energy prices, we estimate the N5000U will cost $154 over 5 years to run.
|Manufacturer Part Numbers||sharp lc50n5000u|