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165-inch five-screen futuristic foldable TV unveiled

C Seed N1 is a TV with a futuristic unfolding mechanism and a 3840 Hz screen.
C Seed N1 is a TV with a futuristic unfolding mechanism and a 3840 Hz screen.

C Seed N1 is a TV with a futuristic unfolding mechanism and a 3840 Hz screen.

C Seed, which manufactures audio-video equipment of the premium segment, showed a new TV N1. It has a 4K MicroLED display and comes in 103″, 137″ and 165″ sizes.

The main feature of the TV is its appearance. The model is a small bedside table that unfolds and connects five separate screens into one large one. The display joints are invisible. All because of adaptive calibration technology and the complete absence of frames.

The N1 TV received a MicroLED screen with a resolution of 4K, 16-bit color depth, a contrast ratio of 30,000: 1 and a refresh rate of 3840 Hz.

The N1 TV received a MicroLED screen with a resolution of 4K, 16-bit color depth, a contrast ratio of 30,000: 1 and a refresh rate of 3840 Hz.

 

C Seed notes that she wanted to make a unique device that would inspire users not only with quality and manufacturability, but also with its appearance – so that the TV could become a decoration of a luxury interior.

In the video you can admire how this work of art unfolds:

Specifications and prices

The N1 TV received a MicroLED screen with a resolution of 4K, 16-bit color depth, a contrast ratio of 30,000: 1 and a refresh rate of 3840 Hz. The display brightness is 1000 nits. Declared support for HDR10 + and the presence of anti-reflective coating.

Five HDMI ports, two USB-A connectors and an Ethernet port are responsible for the connection. Built into the stand is a 9.2-channel audio system with two 100W speakers. The C Seed N1 TV will go on sale in the first quarter of 2023.

The price is $190,000.

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