Sharp unveiled, in last January, during the CES 2012, its new line of televisions, including the Sharp LE745 series that comes in 60″ and 70″ versions (LC-60LE745U & LC-70LE745U). The manufacturer unveiled today a new version which is still a level above, with theSharp LC-90LE745U 3D LED TV, the largest Full 3D LED TV in the world.
The LC-90LE745U with a diagonal of 90 inches, is equipped with an 120 Hz X-Gen panel, and a AquoMotion 240 motion compensation. WiFi is integrated, allowing access to the SmartCentral Smart TV portal from Sharp for access to YouTube, Netflix, VUDU, CinemaNow and Hulu Plus, as well as a web browser and Skype. Sharp also introduced its AQUOS Advantage Live SM help desk system, a free service that allows users to benefit from remote assistance for setting up the TV after it is connected to the internet. DLNA certified, a UPnP multimedia sharing function to read the content stored on a PC or NAS is present, just like reading its contents from a USB stick or external hard drive.
Finally, it is possible to control the TV with the Beamzit application for iOS and Android.
The Sharp LC-90LE745U TV is only available in the U.S., retail price of $10.999.