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Sharp wants to put a 120-inch 4K display on commercial walls

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Every year, TVs are a big deal here at the Consumer Electronics Show. Therefore, it's no surprise that Sharp would have a huge presence here in Las Vegas. And when I say huge, I mean huge. Just like last year, when it teased its 85-inch 8K TV with glasses-free 3D, Sharp's now showing off a 120-inch 4K Commercial LCD display. According to the company, one day this could replace video walls in public spaces (like at Times Square, for instance), as well as projectors in classrooms and conference rooms. At the moment, there's no word on how much one of these would cost interested parties -- but it's safe to imagine it won't be budget-friendly at all.

Gallery: Sharp's 120-inch 4K display | 6 Photos

Unfortunately, no image could do this display justice -- you have to be in front of it to see how beautiful it is. It's extremely, well, sharp, bright and it makes you feel as if you're staring into a wall, living in whatever world you're looking at. So, if you're here at CES, it's definitely worth checking out. And why not, maybe one day you could see one of these, or something similar, make its way into the consumer market.

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