Sharp will now offer something bigger than the 80-inch Aquos, now with an even bigger LC-90LE745U LED set, that runs 1080p at 120 Hz with Sharp's 240 technology to eliminate blur in fast motion from movies, sports and games. It's full 3D and comes with two pair of active shutter 3D glasses. It has built-in Wi-fi and can access Vudu, Hulu, Facebook, Twitter and more, and even use Skype with an optional camera (not included). How great would Skype be with something that makes the person you're talking to look 4 times lifesize?
It weighs a fairly substantial 144 lbs, possibly as much as the person trying to hang it. Don't drop it on your foot! Energy costs are expected to be low, it's like running a pair of 75 watt bulbs, which may equate to aroundd $28 a year in energy cost. The price tag, however, is for those who likely won't care about an uptick in their electric bill, because the set will need a generous room to run in, and will still set you back almost $11k.