[QUOTE=olddancer;2651694]Sharp just started shipping a 90" panel LC90LE745 1080p in North America.
Price is $10,000.00.
As for the “4k” sets, didn’t think it was that big of a deal until I started watching a bunch of 70" and 80" sets on hd broadcasts. Problem with sets this big is that as the screen grows so grow the pixels. What looks stunning on a 50" screen, sucks big time once you get it up to 80 inches. Diagonal lines get a bit ragged.
With a better image processor and more pixels to work with the end result should be much better.[/QUOTE]Those pixels are still pretty small even on a larger screen. You just have to sit twice as far away from the TV in order to not see the individual pixals. Ideally you’re supposed to sit at least twice the width of the screen from the TV in order to see the best picture. Also, remember that broadcast TV is only 1080i, which only refreshes 50% of the screen at a time, while 1080p refreshes the entire screen at once. This also makes a difference as you get bigger screen sizes.