While many electronics keep getting smaller, the size of America's beloved television keeps on growing.
Sharp is about to release a giant, with a new 90-inch TV heading for store shelves right now, according to TG Daily. The 141-pound LED TV will be the world's largest commercially available LED set and costs just shy of $11,000.
The high-definition, 1080p model, known by its technical name of LC-90LE745U, is also WiFi enabled and 3D.
While a six-by-four-foot television is certainly impressive, it pales in comparision to Panasonic's 152-inch plasma, which went on the market in 2010 for the mind-warping sum of $500,000.
So, how does your set compare to the big guys? Would you opt for a titanic TV if you could? Share your thoughts in the comments.