Sharp launches the world’s largest LED TV

How big is the room in your house? Well, if it’s wide enough, then you can accommodate Sharp’s “little” novelty. The company announced on Tuesday (19/06) the launch of a TV with an incredible 90 inches, capable of reproducing images in high definition.

Named Aquos LC-90LE745U, the TV the largest model with LED panel on the planet. It is 1.22 meters high and 2.03 meters wide, and weighs only 64 kg – a very small weight considering the size of the product. In addition, it has Wi-Fi connectivity, 3D function, low power consumption and the AquoMotion 240 feature, which allows you to display fast scenes without blurs appearing on the screen.

According to the manufacturer, Aquos spends about US $ 28 (R $ 60) per year on electrical energy and consumes less than two 75 W lamps. The device is already on sale in some stores in the United States for the price of US $ 10,999 , 99 (R $ 22 thousand), according to the Engadget.

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