In case you missed the memo, TVs are kind of big at CES. Sharp offered us a few snapshots of some of its series lineup, including a massive 90-inch TV, so you can know what to expect in the coming year. On Monday, the company introduced an impressive lineup of Aquos high-definition TVs equipped with WiFi, web browsing capability and streaming services like Netflix. It also introduced a pair of 4k LCD monitors — which feature four times the overall screen resolution of your standard 1080p display. The high-definition TVs, coined “UltraHD” by Sharp, will be available in both 32-inch touchscreen and non-touch models. The TVs vary in price depending on the size and resolution quality, but some of them will become available starting at $3,000 as early as February.