Sharp Aquos Quattron LC-70LE731U, the world's biggest LED LCD TV?
With 40 and 50-inch TVs becoming the norm, if you want to stand out you’ll have to invest in something a little larger. Sharp’s Aquos Quattron could be the answer, measuring in at a staggering 70 inches.
We don’t actually have space for a 70-inch TV – to get the best viewing angles with a screen so large we’d probably end up sitting in the kitchen – but for some people bigger still remains better.
If you want the biggest TV you can get your hands on, the Sharp Aquos Quattron LC-70LE731U could be the one for you – and unlike most big screen TVs it uses LED LCD technology rather than plasma. It’s currently the world’s biggest LED LCD TV, in fact.
The Quattron name comes from the fact this TV uses Quattron Quad Pixel Technology – which basically means that each pixel gets four – rather than three colours, with yellow added to red, blue and green.
As a result, colours should be stunningly vibrant. Unlike the majority of TVs we’ve recently featured, there’s no 3D technology on the Sharp Aquos Quattron LC-70LE731U, but images will still appear larger than life on the incredibly big screen.