Sharp's Leader of the LCD Pack

Got $11,000 to drop on a TV? You won't find a bigger screen and better resolution than that offered by the Aquos LC-65D90U

In the high-definition television market, screen size and picture resolution are the two main components of an ongoing arms race among the top manufacturers. One of the earliest pioneers of the liquid-crystal display TV segment, Sharp, now enjoys the lead on both fronts with its Sharp Aquos LC-65D90U (though Samsung and LG recently announced LCD panels that will wrest the crown away in 2007).

Impress it does. If you've got the bucks and space to spare, this Sharp Aquos should be right up your alley.

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