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World's biggest (and most expensive) £414k television screen
A TV set with a screen over 5m wide has to be kept outside because there isn't a house big enough to keep it in.
The world's largest TV has been unveiled by Austrian firm C SEED Entertainment Systems - and will set owners back £414,000 - the equivalent of buying four Porsche 911 cars.
However, for owners worried that the C Seed 201 doesn't fit inside their living room, don't panic - the firm behind it says it is perfect for private yachts.
The screen was designed by car maker Porsche, and is made up of more than 725,000 LEDs.
These LEDs display 4.4 trillion colours and the screen has biometric fingerprint sensors built-in to prevent people from using the TV without the owner's permission.
When the TV is switched off it can be folded up, using seven folding panels, and hidden away taking just 5 seconds. The screen can then be unfolded by pressing a button on the remote control, which only takes 40 seconds and is then ready to watch immediately.
If that wasn't enough the TV is waterproof and boasts of three 700w Subwoofers giving a grand total of 2,100W of audio power.
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It also has a custom-fitted server which uses fibre optic cables to stream all contents from computers, a Sky box, camcorder, smartphone and gaming console giving you the chance to play Xbox 360 titles on a 201-inch screen.
The vision came from Alexander Swatek and Edouardo Saint Julien-Wallsee, who had already created a successful LED screen company, Global Bright Media, for prestige events like the Cannes Film Festival and Formula One races.