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The World's Largest TV Costs £1m

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Just imagine watching England v Italy on this.

Titan Screens, a British television company has created an utter monster of a TV which costs a cool million pounds.

The numbers are ridiculous: it boasts a 370 inch screen (8m by 5m) - more than twice the size of the current record holder (Panasonic's measly 152-inch), features 65 million colours and weighs almost a tonne. Naturally, it has a 4k resolution, and can be used outside as well as inside. It's so big that they use a graphic of an elephant for a size comparison.

As if that wasn't enough, one of its features is the ability to watch 20 channels at once - so no more bickering over the schedules.

Four have been made so far - two have been sold, which leaves two available if we can get the money together - any donations are welcome.

As well as the daddy version, there are smaller 100 inch screens, which retail at £150,000. But we're holding out for the million pound version; the price includes installation and delivery in a custom built Hummer. Amazing.

(Images: Titan)

[via Gizmodo]

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