Sharp's 80-inch Quattron LED TV was impressive in its own right — and still is — but the company just took it a step further with an 80-inch 3D LED TV. Known more officially as LC-80LE844U, the set features a 240Hz Aquos LCD panel, built-in Wi-Fi, four HDMI inputs, and the new SmartCentral user interface that includes services like Netflix and Hulu. That set's being planned for an April 2011 release, so start saving up now. City dwellers might need to break down a wall or two to fit it.
That isn't all, of course — it wouldn't be CES without nearly two dozen new Sharp televisions. Sharp is boasting more than 20 models of 60 inches or larger. The 7 Series, 8 Series, and 9 Series all support 3D, the 8 and 9 series feature 240Hz refresh (vs. 120Hz on 7 series), and the 9 series alone has Quattron Quad Pixel Plus II and local dimming. On the lower end there's the 6 / 5 series, non-3D sets and start at $1,699 for the 52-inch screen.