The new 90-inch Sharp AQUOS LED TV LC-90LE745U redefines sex appeal and cool but the world’s largest TV can’t make your crappy Indian movies look any better.
Indian movies are beyond redemption.
No, World’s Largest TV Won’t Make Desi Movies Better
Not even all those million gods (including monkeys, cows, snakes, crows and a variety of other animals) the Indian savages worship daily can save their beastly movies.
With their simian antics masquerading as acting, Indian buffoons like Ajith, Allu Arjun, Abhishek Bachchan, Salman Khan, Priyanka Chopra, Trisha Krishnan et al would cheapen even the world’s largest TV, a thing of beauty.
But I bet the new Sharp TV is going to be awesome for viewing live sports like skiing or auto-racing or watching Hollywood and foreign (non-Indian) films.
Just imagine watching one of those blood-curdling Korean crime films like I Saw the Devil on Sharp’s lovely new baby.
The TV is an awesome 6.8 feet wide and 4-ft tall thing of beauty.
All in a package that’s less than 5-inches thick.
Sharp’s 90-inch TV doesn’t come cheap, mind you. It costs $11,000.
Add other extras like a good sound system, concealed wiring and good seating and you’re looking at well over $16,000.
And we’re not even talking of the cost of having a large room so that you have a viewing distance of at least 15-feet.
Specs of World’s Largest TV
For those who love their gadgets big and bountiful, here are the specs for the Sharp AQUOS LED TV LC-90LE745U:
* 90″ (90-1/64″ diagonal)
* 3D (two pairs of glasses provided)
* Pixel Resolution of 1920 x 1080
* Panel Native Refresh Rate: 120 Hz
* Tuning System: ATSC / QAM / NTSC
* Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 8,000,000:1
* Aspect Ratio: 16:9
* Smart TV with web browser
* Built-in WiFi
* LED Backlight System
* Viewing Angles: 176º H / 176º V
* Weight (without stand) – 141 lbs
* Audio System: 10W + 10W +15W (Subwoofer)
* USB: 2
* HDMI: 4
* HD Component: 1
* Composite Video: 2
* Audio Inputs (L/R): 2
* RS-232C: 1
* PC: 1
* Ethernet Input: 1
The folks at Sharp say that the TV consumes less energy than two 75-watt light bulbs and averages only $28 per year to operate.
I’d recommend mounting this babe on the wall and drooling over it.
Just make sure you don’t watch any of those woebegone Indian movies on this gorgeous TV lest you be driven to flinging your remote at it in a wild rage.