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    Sharp is known worldwide for products that pack extraordinary performance inside amazingly compact dimensions. The components, component packaging and integration skills Sharp has developed to make these products possible are also helping thousands of design engineers bring their own ambitious ideas to market.

    Corporate headquarters are located in Camas, Washington which is also home to Sharp Microelectronics Technology - the U.S. integrated circuit research and development center, liquid crystal display (LCD) research lab, and LCD manufacturing and repair center. Like all Sharp factories, this facility is ISO-9000 certified.

    Sharp has been one of the world's great innovators of practical devices and electronic components for more than 80 years, beginning with the first mechanical pencil, and including most major breakthroughs in liquid crystal displays, the first handheld calculators, the first LEDs, and much more.


 
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