Harrods, the celebrated luxury retailer based in Knightsbridge (well worth a visit if you’re staying at Wyndham Grand London) has recently announced that it’s stocking the most expensive television in the world.
For those who prefer the biggest and best, the latest Sharp TV has a screen width of 108” and is the world’s largest screen available for home use. Named the Sharp Aquos LB 1085 LCD TV, it boasts a Full HD 1080P panel, meaning viewers will benefit from watching in high definition on the grandest scale possible, with crystal clear images offering impressive detail and precision.
Could be ideal for enjoying the latest blockbusters or big sporting events. Every image is captured in fine detail due to the high brightness and high contrast features, meaning moving images can be seen clearly from any direction.
The Sharp 108” was designed with the aim of maintaining the classic appearance of a Sharp TV. Boasting a sleek piano black finish, the screen resembles a piece of art, with dimensions of almost 93.9 inches X 52.9 inches. Images are resolved in 2.07 million pixels, producing even the faintest details with assured quality.
Commenting on the home viewing breakthrough, Sales Manager Helen Sheldrake said:
“We’re delighted that we can now offer customers the chance to own the biggest, most breathtaking LCD screen. At Sharp we know that to many people having superior technology is important, so we wanted to provide the perfect home entertainment experience.”
Sharp have also tried to instil some green credentials, with the 108″ operating on a low power-consumption design aimed at reducing C02 emissions. Despite the screen being four times larger than 52” models, it actually consumes less than four times the power.
The Sharp 108” LCD screen is available exclusively at selected retailers for £100,000.