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LG’s £60,000, 105-inch curved TV to hit the UK this month

If you’ve got more money than sense, listen up, LG has confirmed plans to bring its 105-inch curved TV to the UK this month.

Bestowed with a price tag as big as the unit’s monster form factor, the 105-inch giant will set wannabe owners back a massive £60,000 when it launches through Harrods in the coming weeks.

Featuring a 21:9 aspect ratio ideal for movie viewing, the LG 105UC9 – as it’s officially known – benefits from a curved design for more immersive viewing.

Further aiding the tele’s audio, visual performances, a dedicated 7.2 channel, 150W sound system built within the model’s integrated stand.

With 11 million pixels stretched across a 105-inch panel and 7.2 channel audio, this behemoth of the TV space really is for the home cinema enthusiast.

No stranger to oversized TVs, LG used CES 2015 last month to announce a new 105-inch 5K TV. This Ultra high resolution model will be introduced in Q2.

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“We are delighted to welcome the LG 105” Curved ULTRA HD TV exclusively to Harrods Technology, as the department continues to drive first-to-market technology and innovation from some of the world’s biggest brands,” Stewart Mancey, Harrods’ Head of Technology stated.

Andy Mackay, LG’s Commercial Director for Consumer Electronics added: “LG is known for its innovative and market leading technologies and we’re proud to bring our largest ever Curved television to the UK, to be sold exclusively in Harrods.

“With a resolution of 11 million pixels, the 105-inch Curved Ultra HD panel is proof of our continued leadership in the next generation display market, offering exceptional world-class value to our customers.”

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