Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Sharp Launches 90-Inch Aquos LED LCD HDTV

Sharp unveiled on Monday the largest TV on the planet, the 90-inch AQUOS LED with 3D technology. It is nearly four feet tall and spans more than six-and-a-half feet in width.

The model, which is in stores now, costs about $10,999.

The AQUOS also comes with AquoMotion 240, which makes fast-action motions in sports or movies seamless without blurring.

The AQUOS 90-inch TV may be large, but thanks to LED technology, it uses less than two 75-watt light bulbs, meaning that the electricity it uses will cost owners only about $28 per year, according to the company.


  1. I know exactly what I would watch on this TV if I had it: Avatar 3D. It gives me goose pimples just thinking about it. The 3D version looks spectacular on my Sharp projector, but I still miss the clarity and deep contrast from my old DLP my wife made me give up. My Dish co-worker tells me my projector is just as good as my old DLP, but I know he’s just being nice. I think the projector would look terrible though without my HD 1080p channels from Dish. I need the best quality to use the projector’s 1080p capability to its fullest, and I get that, with more HD channels than any other provider.

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