Sharp unveils a massive TV
Come Olympics season this summer, what will you be watching on?
If your answer is anything short of a 90-inch screen, then I’m not sure who’ll want to go to your viewing party. Sharp just debuted what it says is the largest TV on the planet. Yeah, you read that right. Spanning 6 feet and 8 inches in length and nearly 4 feet in height, the AQUOS LED TV is available now (yes, as in, drive over to Best Buy after work) for the eye-gouging price of $10,999.99.
The 141-pound set is less than 5 inches deep, which Sharp says can be easily mounted to the wall. The connected TV includes apps for video streaming services and can also browse the Web with built-in Wi-Fi. And if you’re a fan of 3D viewing, this set includes two pairs of 3D glasses.