By Sam Frizell
January 8, 2015

These days, bigger is better for device makers, and a new tablet unveiled Tuesday by Fuhu at CES has taken that mantra to a new extreme.

Fuhu’s Nabi tablet is an extra-large device the size of a TV, with displays ranging from 32 inches to 65 inches, USA Today reports. They’re due out in the second half of 2015 in a price range from $699 to $3,999 for the 65-inch 4K Ultra HD model.

The idea is create interactive experiences in the kitchen and the living room, and build a smarter kitchen. “Imagine watching a recipe and then downloading the recipe and ordering groceries or ingredients for that onscreen, as well,” Fuhu co-founder and president Robb Fujioka said.

The screens can serve as entertainment for kids and adults, too, including video games and movies or TV shows.

The tablets are manufactured with Foxconn and run Android.

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