This new super thin TV from Samsung looks just like a picture frame, and the best thing about it is that when your done watching, unlike normal flat screen TVs that go black-blank, and normally destroys all the stylish vibes in your home decors, it depicts an image of your choice, like a digital picture frame.
According to Samsung, it offers "numerous options for art layouts and colors, as well as customizable accessory options including interchangeable bezels and an optional Studio Stand," for free with their new TV, called 'The Frame'. Yves Behar, CEO, founder of fuseproject is a design entrepreneur of digital and brand design. He helped create this magnificent TV, revealing that there is about 100 pre-installed art pieces in the TV, ranging from a variety of Landscapes, art, drawings, street art, and photography.
In connection to that, you may choose from a 55-inch or 65-inch TV, that is able to sit-flat against the wall, all thanks to a reasonably thin but very reliable wall-mount, and Samsung's 'invisible wiring' design. Well, it is not really invisible, just discreetly hidden. The cables are connected to a small box, which serves as the hub, this is then connected to the TV via a very thin power cord that can easily be hidden, to complete the 'I'm not a TV, I'm just a frame' look. To give it an even more realistic wall art feel, you may choose from an oak or walnut wood frame, that is magnetically attached to the TV.
The Frame is expected to launch sometime in Spring, while waiting for pricing matters to be announced, let us know what you think of Samsung's new TV, and stay tuned for updates!
- Images from news.samsung.com