Today one of the most expensive TVs around was unveiled, called the Loewe Bild 9 it is a massive hit on the wallet as it costs £6,990, yup £6,990.

That said, if you got that kind of money available, this is definitely going the TV for you.

The first reason for this is because it features a fantastically minimalistic design that was designed by the German designer Bodo Sperlein, featuring three positions to select from that includes a standing position, in which it will take advantage of that sleek golden frame.

It can also be wall-mounted or table-mounted if you will prefer the floor space.

And at all of these positions, the TV will remain cable-free as Loewe has hidden all of the cables needed within the frame of the TV.

But design isn’t the only thing that the Bild 9 has, it also comes with a set of cool specifications, with either a 55-inch or a 65-inch 4K HDR OLED panel, along with support for HDR10, Dolby Vision, and Hybrid Log Gamma.

And it can pump out some sound too, thanks to the integrated 120 Watt soundbar that will only be visible when the TV is on, it will go back into the frame when you turn it back off. And to increase that sound, Loewe will be releasing matching Klang 9 wireless speakers in August of this year for £4,990, which does bring the total up to a cool £11,980 (for the smaller model), a pretty huge investment, however, you will end up with a complete and well-designed home theatre system that matches in styling and colour finishes.

And we’re still not done.

The Blid 9 will also come with a 1TB hard drive built right into the television, allowing you to record content straight to the TV, without the need for a separate set-top box.

It will also come with four HDMI inputs and three USB inputs to stick in your gear.

If you have the dosh, you can pick up the Loewe Blid 9 in gold or graphite colour finishes for £6,990 for the 55-inch model, or £8,990 for the 65-inch model.

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