The 60UD20 houses its 3840 x 2160 pixels inside a very attractive body. Its exceptionally slim bezel minimizes the impact owning a 60-inch TV has on your living space, while the mix of a silvery trim and glossy black for the main frame works handsomely. Even the desktop stand arrangement is eye-catching in its use of striking half-oval ‘legs’ at each end of the bottom edge.
Just bear in mind that putting the legs at the 60UD20’s edges means you’ll need to sit it on a piece of furniture that’s at least as wide as the TV.
Connections on the 60UD20 initially look spot on. Particularly welcome are its four HDMIs, which are built to the latest 4K-friendly v2.0 standard to support 60p 4K playback. Also good to find are two USBs and an SD card for playing back multimedia files (SD card slots remain bizarrely rare in the TV world), as well as both Wi-Fi and LAN network options.
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What’s more, the Wi-Fi options are truly ‘built in’ with the 60UD20, rather than requiring a slot-in USB dongle as has been the case with other recent Sharp TVs… continue reading