Samsung The Frame 2022 Preview Matte Display Artwork

Did Samsung just make the most beautiful Television set e’er?

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Nosotros love art, and we love TV (and no, we’re not trying to first a debate over whether TV is art). But now, thank you to Samsung’s latest version of its ingenious The Frame TV, nosotros might finally exist able to enjoy the all-time of both worlds.

TVs have been able to display fine art for a long time, simply it’due south ever looked a little, techy – like someone left a screensaver on. Simply Samsung has only revealed a new matte display for the TV, in order to make the fine art look a lot more, well, arty. Yep, the world’due south most stylish Idiot box
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just got even more stylish.

Samsung The Frame

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For the uninitiated, The Frame is a brandish that transforms into art when you’re not watching TV. Users can cull fine art from the Samsung Collection or upload their ain. And the 2022 model’s
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matte brandish uses Anti-Reflection engineering science to limit light lark on the screen by reducing the effects of glare.

Available in sizes ranging from 43 to a whopping 85 inches, the 2022 version was announced back in January, and is finally available to society. Be warned, though – it ain’t cheap. The price starts at $999 and shoots all the way upwards to $4299 for the largest.

But it sounds similar information technology’s worth the extra cost. The Verge
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recently spent some fourth dimension with the 2022 version of the frame, and announced that it’southward “hard to believe it’s really a Idiot box,” adding, “the artwork looks more real and disarming than ever before.”

And information technology seems social media is excited at the prospect of an even more realistic TV/fine art hybrid. “I want this for the sole purpose of having people over to my house and not telling them information technology’s a television and so occasionally blinking some incredibly disturbing art on top of a stock impressionist print,” i user offers
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Of grade, cypher will always compare to seeing an artwork in the flesh, merely nosotros’ll always be here for a piece of tech designed to disappear into the furniture when not in utilise. If yous’re looking for a brandish that’s just a brandish, accept a look at the best 4K monitors available now.

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Daniel Piper is Artistic Bloq’s Senior News Editor. As the brand’s Apple authorization, he covers all things Mac, iPhone, iPad and the residual. He likewise reports on the worlds of pattern, branding and tech. Daniel joined Future in 2020 (an eventful yr, to say the least) after working in copywriting and digital marketing with brands including ITV, NBC, Channel 4 and more. Outside of Future, Daniel is a global poetry slam champion and has performed at festivals including Latitude, Bestival and more. He is the author of Capricious and Unnecessary: The Selected Works of Daniel Piper (Selected by Daniel Piper).

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