The Washington Times - January 22, 2013, 07:41PM

It’s a broadcast behemoth, billed as the biggest TV on the planet.

We’re talking 16 feet wide here.

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Indeed, the brand new “C Seed 201” measures 201 inches across. And interesting. This big TV was not developed by high tech experts in, say, Japan, but by Austria-based Porsche Design Studio. Yes, as in Porsche, the car.

The “C Seed” uses 725,000 LEDs which display 4.4 trillion colors; there’s also a biometric fingerprint sensor to prevent “unauthorized use,” plus a dozen speakers and three sub-woofers. Naturally, it’s compatible with Blue Ray, HD-TV and gaming consoles of every persuasion.

The waterproof model rises up from a 15-foot hidden shaft and unfolds like “origami”; the makers insist it’s best for outdoor use. Or maybe on a yacht. A very big yacht.

The starting price is $655,789. The manufacturer aims to sell about 25 of them this year, and yes, there’s already one installed at a swank event site in Vienna.

Visit them here: http://www.cseed.tv/