Sharp LC90LE745E 90-inch World’s Largest LED HDTV

The Sharp LC90LE745E is a large HDTV, no, the LC90LE745E is a HUGE LED HDTV. In fact it is the world’s largest LED HDTV.

While it has become hard to keep track of all of the “World’s Largest” anything now days in the audio visual world, with both LG and Samsung climbing to have the world’s largest and first 55-Inch OLED HDTV, which were both announced at CES last January.

While the 90-Inch Sharp LC90LE745E isn’t the largest HDTV in the world, it is apparently the world’s largest LED HDTV.

It is known as the Sharp LC-90LE745U in the U.S, and as the Sharp LC90LE745E in the UK, and Europe. We’re glad they at least kept the names similar, as it’s hard to keep track of different model names around the world!

Sharp LC90LE745E

Sharp LC90LE745E

While the $10,999.99 / £10,000 price tag isn’t exactly the easiest to swallow, once compared to the 2008 108-Inch Sharp LB-1085 at $100,000 it seems like a bargain!

It has a thin bezel and aluminum finish and weighs a massive 64kg. The 90-Inch LC90LE745E also features active shutter 3D, and comes with Freeview tuners, and runs the AQUOS NET+ Smart TV platform with access to apps and media.

The Sharp LC90LE745E is expected to arrive in the summer of 2013, while people in the U.S can already pick up the Sharp LC-90LE745U.

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