If you’re one of those people who suffers with poor eyesight but refuses to wear glasses, then London’s world-famous Harrods department store will sell you a 152-inch TV that you won’t need to squint at. The only problem is, it will take up your entire living room and much of the room above it, and it costs £600,000 (approx. $958,000).
We’re talking about the Panasonic TH-152UX1W — the world’s largest commercially available television set. It’s designed for airports, theme parks, sports stadiums, Godzilla’s bedroom and anywhere else that needs a giant TV.
It’s the equivalent of having nine 50-inch displays stacked in three rows, and it features a 4096 x 2160 resolution with 4K2K technology that boasts four times as many pixels than a standard high-definition set. Think of it as a 152-inch Retina display.
It’s also 3D-capable (and it needs to be with that ridiculous price tag), promising to deliver a separate 3D image in high-definition to each eye.
A prototype of this set was on show at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas back in January. If you didn’t get chance to catch it there, you can now see it now in Harrods… or from space.