Samsung The Frame TV

Mar 15, 2017

Category: Tech

There are two types of people in the world; those who don’t mind the look of a blank television, and those who would rather set themselves on fire than place an uncovered TV in their home. If you are among the latter group, The Frame TV By Samsung and Yves Behar might be worth considering.

This ultra HD television has been designed specifically to hide in plain sight. Light enough to be wall mounted, The Frame displays well over 100 pieces of art in flawless detail when not in use. For an even more realistic look, the television has sensors engineered into it that detect the ambient lighting of the room and adjust accordingly so the displayed artwork never looks out of place. Even the frame on the TV is adjustable. Depending on your surrounding decor, you can get this stealthy piece of tech from Samsung with either white, black or wood veneers. And, to top it all off, due to the brand’s proprietary Invisible Connection technology, you don’t even have to worry about hanging wires. Prices are yet to be announced. [Purchase]

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