Sharp's LB1085 super-panel.
A macro look at image quality from six inches away.
Even at close distances image quality is superb, with 1080p resolution and an advanced scaling engine.
You can order one for your home if you’re willing to wait three months, but at $169,000 you’ll need a lot of disposable income.
Displayed here in Sharp’s Huntingwood, NSW, headquarters it’s mounted on a moveable stand for short-distance transporting.
A closer look at image quality from one foot away.
While on the mount the screen stands taller than an average person — an imposing sight.
The Sharp LB1085 is a LCD panel with... you guessed it, 108in of viewable display.
Thanks to an all-metal case and clever design, the panel does not require any active cooling and can be run 24/7.
The television has all the normal inputs you’d expect from a consumer-grade television, including three HDMI inputs.
Tuesday saw the release of a 108in LCD television by Sharp Electronics. Destined for commercial enterprises, it has a host of features that make it an enticing product.
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