World's Largest LED 3D TV is Yours for 12,000£
Sharp's 90-inch Aquos 3D is the world's largest LED TV. The set is now available in Europe. If you want to be £12,000 lighter and if you living room is wide enough to allow 3.5 meters (12 feet) between the couch and the wall, this may be your 3DTV of choice.
A 2 meter wide by 1.2 meter high empty space is needed to receive the Aquos. And call a friend for help at installation time as the set weights 64 Kg.
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As a latest-generation product, the LC-L90LE757 is fully connected to all the content a consumer might desire through the AQUOS NET+ portal open browser. This provides internet browsing, seamless integration with smart mobile devices, access to premium VOD content and is ready for Skype.
It also comes with Sharp’s new AQUOS Remote Lite app for both iOS & Android, that turns a user’s mobile into both a fully functioning remote control as well as an easy and intuitive way to surf the net.
The TV has a built-in triple HD tuner (DVB-T/DVB-C/DVB-S2) and a media player which allows common photo, video and music formats to be played easily from USB sticks or directly from a home network.
Additional features include an optional Wallpaper mode, which turns the TV into a piece of art or photo frame when in stand-by mode. It displays the image with a low brightness level, so it’s like looking at a ‘real’ picture, which fits in with the style of the room. When in Wallpaper mode, the TV uses low power and can be set on a timer.