Sharp unveiled the world’s largest HDTV at an event in New York today, expanding on their range of 70″ and 80″ TV sets announced at CES this year by adding the Aquos LC-90LE745U 90″ model to their lineup.
The Aquos LC-90LE745U will be a 1080p LED-backlit unit that have WiFi connectivity, along with built-in streaming features like Hulu and Netflix. Active-shutter 3D, a 120MHz refresh rate and Sharp’s Aquos Motion 240 motion-enhancement tech make up the rest of the stats, as well as the company’s Aquos Advantage Live function that will allow technicians to remotely troubleshoot the TV.
It will weigh 141 pounds (64kg) and will set consumers back $10,999 (R90,550 at today’s exchange rates), making it hefty in more ways than one.
Source: PC World