The World’s Largest 4K Widescreen TV Is Exactly What You Needed!
Would you like to own the world’s largest 4K widescreen TV? The C See 262 costs more than your average home!
Created by Austrian-based electronics brand, the world’s largest 4K widescreen TV surely comes with a pretty big price tag.
The luxury electronics brand has earned international fame and a 2012 Red Dot Design Award with their innovative outdoor entertainment systems.
The result of collaboration with Porsche Design, it rose out of a ground recess at the touch of a button on its remote.
Now the brand turns its attention on the indoors with their latest creation, the largest 4K widescreen TV. Built in collaboration with L-Acoustics, the 262 can’t withstand the outdoor elements.
L-Acoustic is responsible for the TV’s onboard sound system that comprises six or 10 high-end speakers.
Which are its measurements?
The TV, called C Seed 262 4K TV has a record diagonal length of 262 inches or 6.65 meters.
With a width of 20.16 ft., 6.14 meters and a height of 8.44 ft., 2.57 meters, you’ll need a big wall if you are considering buying it.
The C Seed 262 4K TV features a motorized custom fabric cover that can fold away just by pushing a button.
With a suitable large price to match its dimensions, this TV would surely dominate any room.
Having the 4096 x 1716-pixel resolution, this TV will take watching your films to the next standard.
The display features black LED technology providing a 5,000:1 contrast ratio and pumps out 800 nits of brightness.
This technology almost managed to completely eliminate the bezel on three sides. It features only the blemish black bar that extends 6.1 in (15 cm) from the bottom and runs the length of the screen.
But wait for it!
For the full cinema experience, the largest 4K TV comes with a 4K media server built in.
The TV weights around 1,764 lb, which is around 800kg, so you need some strong brackets to hold it in place.
For a fee of $38,500 or €35,000, C See also offers full installation. The TV has a purchase price of $549,000, or €490,000.
If your pockets are big enough, the C See 262 is available now.
Would you buy it?