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Sharp Corp. unveils 90-inch 'planet's biggest' LED TV

June 20, 2012 - Washington

Japanese multinational Sharp Corp. unveiled its 90-inch Aquas LED TV, describing it as the largest LED TV in the world.

The TV is 4 feet tall, 6 feet diagonally and 8 feet wide with a depth of 5 inches and weighs 141 pounds.

In addition to its impressive screen size, its other solid features include a 1080p resolution.

According to The Los Angeles Times, the TV is equipped with Sharp's SmartCentral service, which has apps for Netflix, YouTube, Hulu Plus and others, and is also 3-D ready and comes with two 3-D glasses.

The record-breaking TV is priced at 10,999.99 dollars.


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