Sharp has unveiled the Aquos LC-90LE745U, which is the world’s largest commercially available LED-backlit LCD HDTV. It also carries the tag of the most expensive HDTV at $10,999. Sized at 90 inches, it packs in many features like built-in Wi-Fi and Sharp’s SmartCentral hub with access to Netflix, Hulu Plus, YouTube, CinemaNow, Vudu, a Web browser. The LC-90LE745U delivers clear viewing with HD 1920 x1080 resolution. The active 3-D HDTV also comes along with two pairs of 3-D glasses. It also supports Skype with an optional webcam. Backlit with 500 LEDs helps to improve the black level of the scene. The giant HDTV unleashed from Sharp’s stable feeds on less than 150 watts and is reported to cost an average of $28 per year to operate. The AQUOS LC-90LE745U is now available at home entertainment retailers.