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Sharp LED LCD 70-Inch Aquos HDTV: Bigger Than Your Friends’ TVs

by Range
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You got to admit that a 70-inch HDTV is pretty big. Prices have come down significantly for big screens, and the Sharp Aquos brand is no different. Their biggest LED LCD HDTV is probably bigger than a lot of your friends, at 5’10” diagonal. Heck, hopefully you won’t have trouble finding a space that’s big enough to showcase it.

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To put the size of this set in perspective, Sharp says that a 70-inch screen has 62% more screen real estate than a 55-inch screen. The LC-70LE732U is the largest LCD HDTV on the market right now. It’s got Quattron four color pixels, full LED backlighting, and Netflix, CinemaNow, and Vudu Apps. There are three more 70-inch models coming this summer that will have 3D. This one doesn’t, but honestly, do you really need it?

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The MSRP for this monster is $3,799 (USD), but I’ve seen it retailing for about $2,650 online right now.

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