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    Been waiting for a large screen TV? Sharp introduces a 90" version!

    Forgot those puny 60, 70 and 80 inch TV's. At the Digital Experience, Thursday night, (June 21st), I saw the just introduced 90-inch Sharp TV. It's the biggest LED high-definition television on the market; for now anyway. The questions is, do you a place to hang this new Aquos LED TV? It's 4 feet tall and 6 feet, 8 inches wide. It's not as razor thin as smaller LED TV's, coming in at a bit less than 5 inches thick. And it weighs more than that 37" LCD I bought -  114 pounds! I must admit the picture was pretty amazing. From a few feet away you feel like you're standing in front of an iMax theatre screen. While I was there they were showing non-3D content, which was fine with me. With a set this size you don't have to worry much about viewing angles from the side. It's big enough that whole family can sit in front of it! With the wonderfully creative name: The Sharp LC-90LE745U, it's now largest of the 3D line of AQUOS LED Smart TVs. Sharp adds: 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. And with built-in Wi-Fi and our intuitive SmartCentral user interface, you can access today’s most popular apps or even browse the web." ........And now, what you've been waiting for, the price. Guesses ---------------------------  ?  Okay it's


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