Famous American architect Frank Lloyd Wright once said, “Television is chewing gum for the eyes.” Well, I am assuming when he said the profound words, TV popularity was slowly peaking in America and the rest of the world. But, I am sure even the great architect had no clue that one day the world would see an idiot box that is not just peaking (literally) but also unfolds into a monolith-type structure. We are here discussing C Seed’s latest innovation, the N1 television which the company touts to be a kinetic work of art.
The biggest highlight of the idiot box is obviously the folding mechanism. The television folds out when someone wants to watch content and folds back into a minimal structure when not being used to view content. The television discreetly folds back into its aluminum base, from where it slowly rises into a vertical structure as if the TV is doing crunches.
Blurring the line between technology and art, N1 features Adaptive Gap Calibration technology that makes the borders between the screen panels disappear to produce seamless big-screen visuals. Disguising as an artistic piece adding aesthetic to your room, I am sure N1 television would flatter many people who won’t even recognize it as a full-fledged television until it opens up.
Apart from its glossy body, the television also has 4K MicroLED display panel and HDR10+ support. Poised on a minimalistic base, the N1 screen is capable of turning 90-degrees both left and right, making it possible for people to view content from any corner of the room.
C Seed N1 TV is available in three screen sizes, (165, 137 & 103inch). It offers 4K UHD resolution and powerful audio system with two 100-watt speakers. Other than that, it provides 1,000 nits of brightness, a refresh rate of 3,840 Hz, and 30,000:1 contrast ratio.
For connectivity, the luxury foldable TV includes five HDMI ports with HDCP 2.2 support, two USB ports and one LAN port. On a little downside, it isn’t a smart TV, so you have to pair it with a streaming device or set-top box to view your favorite TV shows or movies.