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It has already taken Dubai, Las Vegas and now-sunk Somali pirate ships by storm, but Sharp's 108-inch behemoth has yet to officially launch in Australia... until now. Yep, starting today, Aussies with AU$169,000 to burn can order up their very own LB-1085, which offers a viewing area of around 3.2

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Making your company's flagship, mega-dollar products available in markets with lots of money just makes sense, so the announcement that Sharp is putting its 108-inch LB-1085 on shelves in the Middle East isn't exactly a lightbulb moment. At least Sharp was polite enough to introduce the behemoth to

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Sharp's biggest announcement at InfoComm isn't the plethora of new projectors and LCD monitors. No, dear friends, it's the proclamation that its 108-inch LB-1085 1080p display will soon be available right here in the US of A. Sharp's smart enough to not let out a US price just yet, but our handy Ja

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Sharp's biggest announcement at InfoComm isn't the plethora of new projectors and LCD monitors. No, dear friends, it's the proclamation that its 108-inch LB-1085 1080p display will soon be available right here in the US of A. Sharp's smart enough to not let out a US price just yet, but our handy Ja

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Making good on its promise at CES in January, Sharp just announced the Japanese retail launch of its 108-inch LCD monument to television. The lovable LB-1085 giant features a 108-ASV 1080p panel with a 400 cd/m2 brightness, 1,200:1 contrast, 6-ms response, and 176-degree viewing angle. Around back

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Making good on its promise at CES in January, Sharp just announced the Japanese retail launch of its 108-inch monument to television. The LB-1085 features a 108-ASV 1080p LCD panel with a 400 cd/m2 brightness, 1,200:1 contrast, 6-ms response, and 176-degree viewing angle. Around back you'll find 3x

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