Sharp is leading the way in big technology. Sharp is a manufacturer of not just TV’s but many other consumer electronic products. Right now the talk around the technology water cooler is what Sharp just unveiled for consumers in New York City. A mind blowing 90 inch LCD HDTV! Right now other competitors top out for LCD HDTV’s at 65 inches.
How much is this Sharp 90 inch LCD HDTV?
The retail price is going to be $10,999.99. The product number is LC-90LE745U.
- Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution
- Smart TV (Netfilx, CinemaNow, Hulu Plus and Vudu
- 3-D capable and you do get two pair of 3-D glasses with the TV
- Weight: 142lbs without included table stand
- Depth: 5 inches
How did the LC-90LE745U look?
According to the HD Guru from an article posted on MSNBC, the anti-glare screen is the same screen that is on the LC-80LE645. It did give a bright, vivid image. This 90 inch TV uses a yellow sub-pixel in addition to the normal red, blue and green ones found in all other HDTVs. The 90″ HDTV is backlit with 500 white LED’s.
LC-90LE745U power consumption
The Sharp 90 inch LCD HDTV is pulling in 138 watts. To get the Energy Star certification you need to be at 108 watts or lower so it did not get the certification from Energy Star. According to an executive from Sharp, the yearly cost of operation is around $28 if you use Energy Star criteria.
Where can you buy the 90″ LCD HDTV?
Right now you can only buy them from Best Buy, PC Ricard, HH Gregg and Abt Electronics. These TVs are shipping now.
Information from MSNBC