The TL1 is manufactured in cooperation with Ariel Motor Company, the TL1 is intended to appeal to a broad range of users regardless of racing expertise with extremely deep pockets and infinite bank balances. Prices range from £11,500 S$23,230) to £33,950 (S$68,586)and looks like an extremely large version of the Alienware Curved Monitor concept from around 2008. Like large.
The simulators run up to three ultra high definition projectors with a single, seamless 7 million pixels (5760x1200) image on a wrap-around screen. Measuring over 2 metres wide and providing 180 degree vision, total realism is guaranteed. A Full-HD television has a resolution of 1920x1080p, and IMAX theatres can project up to 4k resolution picture source, if I am not wrong.
I cannot image what it would be like to play Ace Combat, Forza or even epic games like Halo or God Of War using this system, but I cant. Though racing controllers are included, and other controls can be used, too, I suppose it only works with the graphics heavy integrated PC that runs either Windows 7 or XP. Whoa wait, XP?
I guess then this would be useful for using Microsoft Office or YouTube or wait.. Diablo 3. Anyway, the unit is portable as it can be dismantled to fit through a door. So your next trips to Mauritius, Bali or some beach resort, consider bringing your gaming entertainment with you with the TL1.