Meet The World's First 65-Inch Android "Tablet"

James Johnson

Istanbul-based Ardic has created what might very well be the world's largest Google Android based "tablet" device with full touchscreen based capabilities.

Featuring Google's Android Honeycomb system the Android based gadget offerings full 1080p video support on a 65-inch LCD display with support for "basic gestures" such as zoom and pinch.

The current model currently offers just two sensors however the company has promised a four-sensor unit in the near future which will bring with it multi-touch support.

Powered by a NVIDIA Tegra 2 SoC processor and 1GB of RAM the system also offers 16GB flash memory and offers dual cameras. If that isn't enough to get you excited the system also features support for HDMI and USB while offering additional connectivity through a microSD card slot and WiFi capabilities along with 3G support.

For power users (which is likely anyone who owns this mammoth of a machine), a dock also enables instant connectivity to the OEM TV with HDMI support for video and audio and USB support for touch input. The company is also hoping to add wireless connectivity in the future.

No pricing has been announced for the machine but I'm willing to bet the amount is not cheap.

Here's a video of the gadget in action:

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Could you find use for a 65-inch Android "Tablet" device?