There’s a reason Sharp coined the term “Viewmongous!”. It’s all about their massive 80-inch LED-LCD HDTV. If you live in a small apartment, this is definitely not the set for you. It’s meant for big rooms and serious home theaters.
With a 120 Hz refresh rate and a big screen that offers over 170 degrees of view angle, it’s a gorgeous set that’s well set up for action movies, gaming and more. There’s even a game mode to cut lag between game consoles and the display. The Aquos has the capability to play streaming content, like Netflix, Hulu and Pandora.
It has dual USB inputs to make it a gallery-sized photo frame and will also play video and music from flash drives. It actually has inputs a’plenty, with 4 HDMI ports, PC, RCA audio, composite and component video and more.
At over $5000, it’s certainly not cheap, but can you really put a price on bragging rights?