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(Pocket-lint) - Sharp has announced the 90-inch LC-L90LE757 LED TV, which is the biggest commercially available LED TV set on sale in Europe. The 3D set is over 1.2 metres tall and uses a cutting-edge Xgen 3D panel.

The television is of course Full HD, with a 1080p panel capable of running at 200Hz, which should mean you get incredibly detailed and clean-looking action. Sharp is also keen to push the Smart TV functionality with its 90-inch set, so you get full access to the Aquos Net+ portal, including apps such as Skype and web browsing.

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You can control the television set using Sharp's own Android and iOS application, which allows you to use your smartphone to browse the internet on the TV, as well as a standard remote control.

The whole television is finished in aluminium, sitting at 2 metres long and weighing 64Kg. It's also wall-mountable, but don't try to carry this thing up any stairs in a hurry.

Given its size, the set will dominate any room. As such Sharp has included a wallpaper mode that will enable the set to be used as a digital photo frame when in standby. 

The 90-inch LED television is available now priced at £12,000. That's fairly decent value when you think Samsung's 84-inch set retails for around $24,000 (£15,300) in the US.

Writing by Hunter Skipworth. Editing by Adrian Willings.