C SEED’s Unfolding Outdoor TV Will Set You Back $233,000 USD

Doubling as a sculptural piece. 

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C SEED has revealed its new N1 Outdoor TV, which takes form through an unfolding open-air sculptural design.

At first glance, the tv just looks like a piece of minimalist outdoor due to its titanium matte metallic color. But at the touch of a button, the tv rises to its three-meter height after just 60 seconds. After another 25 seconds, the tv’s five panels would have unfolded to reveal its seamless display. Alongside the bold build, the tv is completely weatherproof against rain, seawater, wind and snow with a protection grade of IP65.

On to its technical details, the N1 Outdoor TV boats 4K MicroLED panels, two built-in 1011-watt broadband coaxial speakers, an integrated subwoofer and additional twin coaxial speakers in each wing. Additionally, the tv features C SEED’s Adaptive Gap Calibration system whose high-resolution sensors detect potential offsets and adjusts the MicroLEDs accordingly – to ensure there’s a completely gapless viewing experience. The N1 Outdoor TV comes in 137 and 165-inch screen options.

Take a look at the new tv in the gallery above. With prices starting at $233,000 USD, C SEED’s N1 Outdoor TV is available now for order with delivery slated for Q1 2024.

In other news, Louis Vuitton’s Horizon Speaker surfaces in silver. 

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