The Téléavia Panoramic 111 is considered one of the most important pieces of post-war design. The unusually large screen measuring 54 cm diagonally can be rotated and tilted. It has a razor-sharp black-and-white picture with an 819-line system that was used in France. French televisions of that time usually had 2 receivers for the 819-line and the 441-line standard system, since it was not clear which one would come out on top. As a result, it was capable of receiving foreign television.