Sharp just started shipping its new 90″ HDTV in the form of the LC-90LE745U — the world’s largest LED TV. Specs include four HDMI 1.4 inputs, a VGA port, a component video port and a built in ATSC tuner. It’s capable of 3D imaging, offers a refresh rate of 240Hz and has built-in Wi-Fi. The native 1920x1080p LCD has a full-array backlit LED with a specified contrast ratio of 8,000,000:1 and offers a 176-degree viewing angle.
Marketed as part of the AQUOS product line, it’s a SmartTV with apps that include Facebook, Twitter, Netflix, HuluPlus and VUDU.
But the real story here is that it is made on a professional production line, and can therefore be used for commercial applications such as digital signage or in classrooms. And, it will be. It lists for $10,999.