It’s not Sharp who is working with Microsoft on the gargantuan touch PC as you might expect. Though the Japanese company showed off a similar 80-inch Aquos Board (pictured) at CES 2012, this one’s being built by an as-yet-unnamed partner.
As for it not being able to users like you and me, Shaw figures it’s only a matter of time before that changes. LG’s already got a dual-core Smart TV on the way, so how long could it possibly take before someone decides to slap Windows RT on a big screen and sell it to consumers?
Source : Wired