Sharp has set a new world record.
While it isn’t known as the company that sets performance records, this one is all about size.
Videophiles know that Sharp demands quality. It may not have the largest market share in the TV business, but its range of Aquos television sets are revered, and for good reason.
Now, the company is differentiating itself by offering the world’s first commercially available 90-inch LED HDTV. The question is – do you live somewhere where owning a 90-inch TV would actually make sense?
The LC-90LE745U of course also has built-in WiFi and numerous Internet-connected apps for users to have immediate access to online and streaming content.
It has Active 3D technology, along with Sharp’s proprietary AquoMotion 240 technology and Full Array LED. “This 90” Class (90-1/64” diagonal) model with brushed aluminum black bezel features our 1080p 3D full array LED panel, delivering one of the most natural, vibrant pictures available,” Sharp boasts.
The world of LED TVs has been the one segment of the competitive TV market that has actually proven to be reliable and truly a new standard for the industry.
There is another technology, organic LED or OLED, that is way to cost prohibitive at this point. Other attempts to roll out new TV standards like 3D and Internet connectivity have fallen flat, but the LED push is one that no one has argued with.
The TV is rolling out to stores right now.