Sharp AQUOS LED LC-90LE745U HDTV
In addition to its 90-inch diagonal screen size, Sharp's new AQUOS LED LC-90LE745U HDTV also includes 3D video capabilities and streaming Wi-Fi options.
Back during the days of CRT televisions, size was always an issue with homeowners. CRT-based TVs were big, heavy and simply not attractive, and these facts along with the reality of television being just one activity that people took part in at home meant that people weren’t concerned with the size of their TV screens.
Since the late 1990s when the flat-panel TV market first launched, and the subsequent roll out of HD video, screen sizes have become increasingly bigger. Sharp‘s latest television the new AQUOS LED LC-90LE745U HDTV takes the screen size topic to a whole new level. The HDTV offers homeowners a 90-inch diagonal screen size at a depth of less than five inches. Sharp says the 141-pound TV stands nearly 4-feet tall and it spans more than 6.5-feet in width. The 1080p AQUOS LED LC-90LE745U HDTV incorporates technologies such as active 3D and the company’s proprietary AquoMotion 240Hz motion processing technology to help the TV produce a smooth and vivid image in 2D and 3D.
Sharp also includes its AQUOS Advantage LIVE service which it provides to consumers that purchase any of its Wi-Fi-enabled products. Sharp says this service automatically connects to customer service representatives to help them with any question or issue they have with the product.
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