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Porsche unveil World's Largest TV

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In the world of televisions, we say: go big or go home. And the good people at C SEED Entertainment Systems are most definitely sticking around for a movie at our place.

They've unveiled the world's largest TV set, so huge that it's only practical to use outside. It boasts an enormous 201 inch screen, using 725,000 LEDs - meaning that it would take around 180 standard sized computer screens to create the same area. As the video below demonstrates, you simply use the in-built biometric fingerprint sensors, watch it rise from the floor, admire its seven panels unfolding, then sit back and watch Match of the Day in style.

The screen was designed by Porsche, who say that it's just at home on a yacht as in the garden and, with its price tag of £414,000 ( approx. $663,000), this is very much a creation for those who already have a product or two by the German car company lying around.

[via Daily Mail]

Images: C Seed

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