It might be massive, but it’s not clunky. It’s less than five inches thick and weighs in at just a little more than 100 pounds. It would be hard to describe it any better than Sharp’s press release, though.
“Imagine yourself standing at the precipice of the Grand Canyon,” it reads. “It’s 3,000 feet straight down. The wind howls in your ears. Your heart races as you leap forward and plummet toward the bottom. Just before you plunge into the river below … you spill the popcorn all over the living room couch.
“That’s the experience you’ll get when watching the breathtaking 90-inch (diagonal) AQUOS LED TV (model LC-90LE745U), introduced today by Sharp.”
Read the full story here: Sharp unveils ‘world’s biggest’ LED TV
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