A commercial display, the V421 can be arranged in configurations of up to five by five.
The V421 might not be aimed at the consumer, but it has plenty of features that certain niche markets would find entirely useful. For starters, it's got a wide range of inputs, including HDMI, DVI-D, S-Video and the increasingly rare 5 BNC.
NEC's V421 offers up plenty of automation features too. It can be controlled and monitored remotely, and it can even be set to start up and shut down automatically at specific times.
One of the coolest features of the V421 is its ability to scale. You can hook up as many as 25 V421 televisions in a five by five configuration to make one giant display.
The V421 is shipping this July at a price of $999.