Titan Zeus TV requires you to be a millionaire first


titan-tvI am quite sure that many of us are sick and tired of those “Your momma’s so big…” jokes, that perhaps it is time to focus on something that is whole lot more important and pressing at the moment – that is, the size of your TV in the living room. TVs at home have advanced to such a stage where it is possible to somewhat recreate a “mini cinema” environment, although you might still need to make certain additions to the audio hardware and home theater in order for it to come close. Well, here is one particular TV that would go down well with football (aka soccer) fans now that we are in the thick of World Cup fever – the Titan Zeus TV.

The Titan Zeus certainly lives up to its namesake, where you can more or less determine this to be a “deity” of sorts among the rest of the TVs out there. Gargantuan, behemoth, these adjectives would not be able to do it justice, considering it measures a whopping 370 inches across diagonally. That kind of size would make this the Godzilla of home TVs, so to speak, since it is over thrice the size of the largest advertised home TVs out there, clearly setting it apart from the rest of the crowd.

Right now, the UK-based Titan Screens has managed to sell only one of these monster TVs to a buyer who prefers to keep his or her identity anonymous. That is not surprising, since the Titan Zeus TV itself would have burned a $1.6 million hole in the owner’s pocket, and this 26’ x 16’ panel will certainly need a mansion if it were to fit in.

Packing its fair share of pixels and stuff, the Titan Zeus TV will deliver 4K resolution, while offering a 4:3 aspect ratio. There are plans to work on a similar albeit ultra-widescreen version later this summer.

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Matthew Barnes Says: June 23, 2014 at 5:40 am

For that price you would think they would include Wi-Fi at the least. Outrageous

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