Sharp’s Over-the-Top TV

Sharp has just released its largest LED television yet. Standing nearly 4 feet tall and stretching more than 6 feet wide, the 90-inch Aquos LED TV (approximately $11,000) remains thin and light (at less than 5 inches deep, it easily mounts on the wall) and is exceptionally energy efficient, using less energy than two 75-watt lightbulbs. The 90-inch class Aquos offers direct access to apps and videos on demand from Netflix, YouTube, Hulu Plus, and more; and it features web browsing, Skype, and built-in Wi-Fi. Also, it comes equipped with AquoMotion 240, which prevents blurring caused by quick camera movements, and 3-D capability; as well as Aquos Advantage Live—a complimentary service that connects Sharp television owners directly to customer support over the Internet. (800.237.4277, www.sharpusa.com)

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