Jun 10 2014, 11:24am CDT | by Ahmed Humayun
Though we were kind of taken aback with Panasonic’s effort of the gigantic 152-inch 4K set, we are more than surprised now that something has beaten it. Well, we don’t know what the Japanese manufacturer is going to say about this enormous "Titan Zeus" which is more than four times the size and triple the price. However, we wouldn’t even dare to imagine it being on display for the public, considering the size and the price.
The Zeus has been priced at £1 million sterling ($1.6 million) and like Panasonic’s 4k set, this one also offers a full 4K resolution but on a bigger, much bigger platform stretching across 370 inches which is an 8m by 5m. This 370 inch panel is said to be suitable for both indoor and outdoor domestic use. There is little we can say about this humungous TV set because we haven’t had the chance to lay our eyes on any pictures.
The reason for this discretion is because the first customer of Zeus has asked the company to keep the installation as confidential as they can possibly manage. But we know that it is not going to be disappointing because we have seen previous Titan sets displayed at public events.
Ahmed Humayun is a technology journalist bringing you the hottest tech stories of the day.
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