CENTERPIECE: 108-inch Aquos LCD TV
PRICETAG: They wouldn't tell us, but it will ship "this summer"
SPECTACLE: A huge black curtain dominated the left side of the stage, heightening expectations. All of a sudden, there's a 108-inch LCD with contrast ratio that Sharp said was equal to plasma displays.
WHAT THEY DIDN'T SAY: The thing must weigh a ton
BEST SPEC: It's 108 inches, and is the sharpest TV picture we've ever seen
RANDOM STAT: Sharp's D92 series of LCD displays have a 15,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio
OVERHEARD: Wonder how much that sucker costs?
TARGET CONSUMER: "I'm sure we'll find somebody," said a Sharp official.
REMINDS US OF: A movie theater screen, but sharper and brighter by far
SNAP JUDGMENT: From what we could see, that 103-inch screen's contrast ratio is certainly up to the same quality of any plasma display
...too bad SED isn't coming out for another year, and will only be for "professional environments" for some time after that (last I heard...)
So is 108" the official record this year? What's the answer to the poll from a few days ago? I'm itching to know! Iiiiiitching!