Sharp LC-90LE745U

Sharp LC-90LE745U

Sharp has announced its biggest screen ever, the 90-inch monster LC-90LE745U, which includes 3D compatibility and Smart TV features.

The 90-incher follows the company's 80-inch TV, the LC-80LE632U, which debuted six months ago.

The TV is the latest addition to the LE745U range which is also available in 60-inch and 70-inch sizes.

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