C-Seed 201 Is A Giant TV For Your Backyard

All rich people have fancy media rooms.  And since you're rich, you naturally have one, too.  But since all the other rich homes in the neighborhood have the same thing, it doesn't quite feel as special anymore.  And what's the point of being filthy rich when you can't feel special?  Well, throw some of that money on  the C-Seed 201 TV and you'll probably feel a whole lot better.

Created by C-Seed Entertainment Systems and Porsche Design Studio, it's a giant outdoor TV for turning your entire backyard into an open-air media room.  That way, you can watch your favorite Blu-ray movies while roasting a pig, drinking by the pool or shooting zombie targets in the backyard.

Billed as the "world's largest LED TV," the C-Seed 201 packs a humungous 201-inch screen, ensuring everyone in your backyard party can enjoy the UFC PPV wherever in the yard they end up chilling in.  The TV comes with 725,000 LEDs, a 100,000 Hz refresh rate, ultra-wide viewing angles, 42-bit color depth and 5000 nits of brightness, ensuring picture quality isn't sacrificed to achieve the gargantuan dimensions.

Unlike home TVs, its not just a single large panel.  Instead, it features a folding mechanism that allows the 201-inch panel to fold automatically into seven parts at the touch of a button when not in use.  It comes with professionally-installed underground storage, too, so the TV can be completely hidden away from sight.  Features include an automated lift (height adjustable up to 15 feet), 270-degree rotation, fully water-repellent surfaces, 3-way outdoor audio system (15 speakers total) and wireless connectivity to an indoor-installed media hub.

The next time somebody brags about being rich, tell them they're probably not that rich if they don't have a C-Seed 201 TV.  Price for the set is $655,000.

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10 Responses

  1. pooty

    LOL it isn’t even FULL HD, not even 720P
    725’000 LED pixels can get you max 526P, which is standard PAL definition. …Yeah, no thanks

  2. Kate

    Who decided this was a good idea – there’s enough TV indoors, and most of what’s on it isn’t worth watching. Would you seriously want to live near ANYONE who has one of these? Giving them control of what everyone in hearing distance is hearing and seeing? What a pandora’s box this one is. NO THANKS!

  3. Zach

    If you have one of these no one lives close enough to hear or see it. Your argument is invalid. You’ve Been lawyered.

  4. carl

    if you look at C Seed site the tech data reads as 780,000 LEDs which means 1080 lines HD less in VGA . It is a huge television set (that’s set) not a monitor and they C Seed read my complaint and added a height adjustment capable . lower it so neck does not ache .

  5. michael

    well im not hating but i dont get why rich people would buy this i mean i guess if you have that kinda money to blow but this kind of investment just seems impractical you can get a bigger one thats hd and have someone professionally install it for less money but like i said im not the one spending money on it 🙂


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