World’s Largest Outdoor TV, Measuring 301 Inches, to Cost 1.5 Million Dollars

By Carlos Onyango / October 4, 2019




The world is yet to witness the unveiling of the largest outdoor TV that will measure 301 inches (over 25 feet diagonally) and will cost 1.5 million US dollars.

The ginormous television is a product of the Austrian electronics company C Seed and is said to be the largest outdoor TV expected to hit the global market next year.

As if the size is not enough, the new TV comes with some of the most impressive specs and features that are cognitive with the current technological requirements.

The features unique features are;

1.weight-The TV is made from super carbon fibre and titanium, making it lighter and weighing only 3638 pounds.

2. Flexibility -Well, despite its size, the TV can be folded and unfolded to a reasonable size, where it is stored at an underground case.

  • With a push of a button, the TV set re-emerges from its underground case, rises to 19 feet high then unfolds to its enormous size in just 65 seconds.
  • The new TV folds into seven different LED panels and takes up to 40 seconds to unfold fully, displaying its glamorous 301 inches’ screen.
  1. Weatherproof. -Whether it is rainy or sunny, the C Seed’s TV operates and functions normally. The TV has a luminosity of 4,500 nits, a 4:500:1 contrast ratio and 48-bit colour depth making it visible even in direct sunlight.

4. Color Specs-Interestingly the TV can display 281 trillion colours. It has four million LEDs process image data up to 100,000 times per second making it possible for the colours to be displayed.

5. Audio and Video- C Seed TV has an HDR system, displaying 4K video support.

  • The TV has a sound system of six broadband speakers, three subwoofers.
  1. The new TV gives a Power Output of 2700 watts.

Those willing to purchase the 301-inch TV can make their orders now, with the shipments starting by mid-2020.

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