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.