Philips DesignLine LED HDTV

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Technology continues to move forward at a rapid pace, and that means we continue to have a reason to upgrade the television in the living room. We’ve seen a lot of awesome TVs in the past, but nothing as aesthetically pleasing as the Philips DesignLine LED HDTV.

Taking an artistic approach to the television, this television is nothing more than a massive sheet of glass available in a handful of size options. The cutting edge contraption is the thinnest TV on the market, and when the picture is turned off this thing looks to be nothing more than a gradient mirror. Thanks to its shape you can hang it or even lean it on any wall in your home or office thanks to Philips’ newly designed mounting system. Expect these to start hitting the retail scene heading into the summer season.

Philips DesignLine LED HDTV (3)

Philips DesignLine LED HDTV (2)

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