Sharp's home appliance choices reach beyond the kitchen, where it has made its mark with steam cooking technology, into other rooms, with air purifiers that address consumers' health and wellness needs.
The company returns to the CES floor after a four-year absence with lots to show and tell
Sharp, which will make its first appearance at CES in four years, will have its 8K and AIoT technology on display in the Central Hall of the LVCC.
First models were showcased at this annual Fall technology show
The company deepens its superheated steam cooking niche in the countertop cooking category
Unfolding a strategy that includes broader options for the kitchen
The Sharp Home Appliances brand's introductions for the European market
Foxconn acquired Sharp a little less than two years ago, and in that time the company has made investments that bring it back into markets it once abandoned.