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

Paul Lilly

Bragging rights don't come cheap, and if you want to own the largest LED-backlit high-definition television on this side of the Solar System, it's going to set you back $10,999.99, leaving you a penny for your thoughts if you've saved up eleven grand. That's the asking price for Sharp's newly unveiled 90-inch LED Smart 3D TV (model LC-90LE745U), which stands almost 4 feet tall, over six feet long, and has a 4.5-inch waistline while tipping the scales at 141.1 pounds.

All that screen real estate goes towards a 1920x1080 display resolution with a 120Hz native refresh rate (240Hz backlight scanning refresh rate). Sharp rates the dynamic contrast ratio at 8,000,000:1.

Connectivity options consist of two USB ports, four HDMI inputs, two composite inputs, HD component, DVI, RS-232C, and GbE LAN, along with L/R audio inputs and optical digital audio output.

It also has built-in Wi-Fi and is a Smart TV running Sharp's SmartCentral UI. That gives viewers access to apps like Netflix, Hulu Plus, Vudu, Skype, Facebook, Twitter, and several others. And for the less savvy, Sharp says its 90-inch panel automatically downloads and applies updates as they're made available.

Sharp's 90-inch monster is available now, provided you have the requisite disposable income and a place to plop it.

Image Credit: Sharp

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