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This guy to the left knows about big. Sharp's new behemoth does as well.
You want a big TV for the football season? Try Sharp's new 80" LED TV! Sharp claims that this is the "world's largest" commercially available LED TV to date. All I know is that the thing is HUGE! Think your 55" TV is big? This thing has the surface area of two of them.
In addition to being the size of a mini-van, the LC80LE632 offers Sharp's innovative Quattron technology that adds a 4th color to the standard red, blue and green pixels that are found on conventional TVs. This offers better colors and contrast than you find in many other TVs. It also includes built-in Wi-Fi connectivity and access to apps like Netflix, CinemaNow and VUDU.
Some other options of this 80-inch monster are an X-Gen LCD panel with 10-bit processing which was designed with advanced pixel control to minimize light leakage, a wider aperture to let more light through, dynamic contrast ratio of 6,000,000:1, 120Hz Fine Motion Enhanced support for improved fast motion picture quality, two USB ports, and a game mode (Vyper Drive) that supposedly eliminates perceptible lag between video game consoles and the TV display.
Want a whopper? Call us up. We are taking orders for these currently and there is a waiting list so let us know ASAP if you are ready to step up your TV game.
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P.S. We're going back into the vaults of our blog to bring this one back as Sharp now has a 90" set that is readily available. WHOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAA! If you're interested in seeing the TV (LC90LE745) that makes their 80" look like the runt of the litter, give us a call at San Diego's home for monstrous Sharp TVs.