World's Largest HDTV Goes on Sale in July
It's big. Really big. At 110 inches (279.4 cm), Japan Victor Corporation's (JVC) HD-110MH80 takes the crown as the world's largest high definition TV set. Everything about it is big: it is 3 feet deep, weighs 728 pounds, and will cost about $53,000 (USD). The HD-110MH80 offers 1920x1080 resolution, 1080p images, and 5000:1 contrast ratio. This behemoth goes on sale in July, but deliveries will start in October. Although impressive, it would be a major pain to move one of these things to another room, let alone to another home. However, it is probably safe to assume that whoever can afford this set will probably just pay people to move it for them anyway.