After rollable and transparent TVs, we’re seeing the world’s first foldable television hit the market. Luxury electronics maker C Seed has created a foldable MicroLED TV, the technology that until now was used in smartphones only. Called C SEED M1, the next-gen foldable TV is claimed to be the world’s first unfolding indoor 4K television. But, the price for this unfolding TV is too high — costing you a whopping $400,000.
While the electronics companies are still struggling to create perfect foldable smartphones, we already have a massive foldable TV amidst us. This TV — the C SEED M1 — when unfolded is a huge 165-inch 4K MicroLED TV. It consists of five panels and features a high-precision frame made of aviation-grade aluminum alloy. Further, C Seed uses Adaptive Gap Calibration (AGC) technology to detect potential offsets between folding TV wings and calibrates the brightness of LEDs so that your experience is seamless.
C SEED M1 Foldable TV Features
The C SEED M1 is a microLED TV having a display brightness of 1000nits, 30,000:1 contrast ratio, and 16-bit color depth. The display further comes with support for HDR and HDR10+ processing. Apart from the display features, the microLED TV comes with two USB ports, one serial port, and one HDMI port with HDCP 2.2 support. For sounds, the C SEED M1 has an integrated soundbar that provides 2.1 audio support. The total system weighs 1,350kg, but the TV doesn’t take much longer to unfold. You can watch how the C SEED M1 foldable microLED TV unfolds within seconds in the video attached at the end.
C SEED M1 Pricing Details, Availability
Speaking of the pricing, the C SEED M1 foldable microLED TV costs you a whopping $400,000 (roughly ₹2.91 crores). It is available in four color variants — Silver, Gold, Black, and Titanium. While the cost is already that high, it doesn’t include the cost involved to fit the TV into your room’s flooring. So the overall cost after setting the TV up in your home goes beyond $400,000.
C SEED M1 is available on the company’s official website with more details. You can check it out by clicking here.