The latest supersized screen to grace Sharp’s range is the 90 inch LC-90LE740X. Sharp boast it is the “largest LCD TV in the Australian Market!,” for now at least. They’ve coined it ‘viewmongous’ and cite a swarm of picture enhancing features.
These include Sharp’s X-Gen Panel, which uses UV2A technology for more efficient backlighting; Sharp’s AquoMotion 200 to handle rapid motion and Yamaha technology for “Hi-quality 3D”.
It can connect to the Internet by way of a Wireless LAN adaptor and its ‘USB Time Shift Plus’ function allows users to simply pause and return to digital broadcasts.
But at $20,999, it’s significantly more expensive than LG’s 84 inch UHD television ($17,999). The LG TV might be shorter on inches, but what it lacks in size it more than makes up for in smarts.