CES 2010: Panasonic 152-inch 3DTV

Panasonic have unleashed what it is calling the world's largest 152-inch full HD 3D Plasma display.Although it may be almost too big to be any use to

Although it may be almost too big to be any use to the every day consumer, it certainly has that "I want one of those" appeals about it, with some rather impressive specs to make even the most discerning gadget fondler turn their head.

Panasonic's super sized TV has a screen resolution of 4K X 2K (4096x2160) – more easily realised when told its basically like having four full HD plasma TVs with a 21:9 aspect ratio crammed together into one gigantic cinematic wonder. Wowsers.

Not only that though, this massive TV also packs one of the big trends we've seen at CES this year – 3D. You'll need active shutter glasses to view it though, and of course you'll be able to view non-3D content on it too.

It also packs self-illuminating panels, meaning the TV provides a great response to moving images and the result is rather impressive.

If you can afford it, it's yours for around $8,000, but don't worry if you can't. You probably won't be able to fit it into your living room anyway.