Technology firm Fuhu displayed a 65 inch tablet at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week. Called the Nabi Big Tab XL, it is the largest of the line, with variants also available with 32″, 43″ or 55″ screens.
The largest two offerings from Fuhu are suited with 4 GB of ram and run on the Tegra X1, NVIDIA’s powerful new system on-a-chip designed to deliver high definition graphics. The two behemoths also have 4K ultra HD screens, while their more diminutive counterparts have a more modest resolution of 1920×1080.
The less massive 32″ and 43″ options carry half as much ram, at 2 GB, but are supported by the NVIDIA Tegra K1, another system-on-a-chip and the Tegra X1’s predecessor from last year. Every model features HDMI connections and supports Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and NFC, or near-field communication.
They each run a customized version of Android Kitkat created by Fuhu, called Blue Morpho OS, which runs familiar Google apps, as well as some of Fuhu’s own. The tablets have 20-40 point capacitive multi touch, so the tablets are well designed to accommodate multiple users regardless of size. You can read more here.