Introducing the world’s first foldable TV with a 137-inch screen

Foldable phones are becoming common, but would you like to have a television (TV) like this?

If yes then the world’s first foldable TV has been introduced.

Csid N1 folding television is packed with stunning technology.

CSeed, a company that makes TVs that only the richest can afford, unveiled its new foldable TV during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.

The special thing about this TV is that when it is closed, you can fold it into a square box shape.

With just a push of a button, the screen folds into different sections and transforms into a rectangular box.

The entire process is completed in two and a half minutes, after which it takes the form of a solid metal bench instead of a TV.

According to the company, when the N1 is unfolded, the screen can be rotated 180 degrees.

Micro LED technology has been used for this TV while 4K resolution, HDR and other features are also part of it.

Buying this TV is not for everyone as its 137-inch screen model is priced at $200,000.

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