Sharp's 90-inch Aquos is Largest LED HDTV on Planet Earth

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te100

Not the largest.

Charlotte Motor Speedway.........200 feet wide, standing 80 feet tall and weighing 165,000 pounds, the video board will cover an expansive 16,000 square feet and be located between Turns 2 and 3 along the backstretch of the legendary superspeedway. Fans seated throughout the frontstretch from Turn 4 to Turn 1 will have clear viewing angles of the gigantic board that will feature 720P high-definition visuals illuminated by more than nine million light emitting diode, or LED, lamps.

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tomrippity

That is not a television. It is made of a bunch of panels, 158 I think (essentially multiple televisions). Also, it is only 720p.

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eastbayrae

This would be aimed at public places like pubs where the pixel density wouldn't be such a concern when the average viewer is piss drunk standing 10m away from it.

I would like to play some Kinectimals on it standing 3m away!

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h e x e n

I'll take three.

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hermanwarren

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Omegasupreme80

Largest on Planet Earth... so I assume Vulcan has larger TV's than this

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thetechchild

What a freaking waste. A TV like that on 1080p res? Here I thought the industry was getting sensible and moving to 4K for mainstream...

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TheRyGuy

I agree. If a TV is going to be THAT big, why waste such a low resolution on it? Especially considering it's so expensive.

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Baer

I also agree, 1080P is not that high a resolution for a decient computer monitor. A 90" TV will for sure start to show the weaknesses of a 1080P picture.

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burntham77

11 grand? My Newegg preferred account only has a limit of 3500 dollars! Damn.

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loozer

It's 1080p....
That means that the pixels are bigger than 1mm wide.
It's got a pathetic 24dpi.

an iPad has more pixels.

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jaygregz

Definitely for millionaires only. Totally not work it for the average joe. I could deck my entire house with 64 (or 65) inch tvs for the price of that bad boy.

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Supall

Oh god...the horror of needing to ship that back if you received dead pixels.

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Ilander

Looks like someone *puts on sunglasses* cranked it to eleven. YEEEEEAAAAAAHHHHHHH.

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burntham77

Ha!

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