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Huge: Sharp 90-Inch Aquos LC-90LE745U LED HDTV

The 2012 football season is about to kick off. How about watching games on the world’s largest LED set?

Sharp’s 90-inch Aquos LC-90LE745U is a 1080p LED-backlit set with active-shutter 3D playback, a 120Hz refresh rate, and Sharp's "Aquos Motion 240" enhancement technology for fast-moving images.

The Wi-Fi-enabled set connects to Facebook, Hulu Plus, Netflix, Twitter, Vudu, and YouTube. It even has a feature that allows a staff of technicians to troubleshoot your set remotely over a Web connection, as well as to access and adjust its settings.

Sharp's 90-inch set weighs 141 pounds, measures about 5 inches deep, and has a 1-inch-thick aluminum bezel.

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