Now that we can go out again, fixing up our homes has become less crucial, but let’s face it: TVs are ugly, quarantine or not. But that’s not the case with Samsung’s Frame TV, or another one of the company’s more eccentric offerings (like this outdoor TV) — which are famous for making living spaces everywhere look much better. If you’ve had your eye on the Frame or another Samsung TV, now’s a decent time to buy, with a major sale going on at Samsung.
The newest Frame is even slimmer than its predecessor, with even better color technology, a better-looking back (in case you don't want to mount it), and multiple options for frame finish (which can be switched out) and artwork. It normally costs $1500 for this 55-inch model.
A regular TV is hardly a design showpiece: It's mostly an eyesore. It serves a purpose but otherwise takes up wall space and looks ugly. This TV, though, normally $1500, is a framed work of art when the TV is off and a TV with 4K resolution when it's on. It also has a built-in motion that detects when you walk into the room so it automatically turns on.
Like its sibling, The Serif has Samsung's ambient mode screensaver tech that showcases works of art. But unlike the frame, it's meant to be a conversation piece in its own right. Hide cables inside the white I-shaped frame and put this TV, normally a cool $1500, in the middle of the room on the included stand.
The Sero is a 43-inch beauty of a TV that rotates, which makes it feel a bit like a massive phone. If you're the kind of person who watches a lot of vertically-shot videos, it's made for you. And even if you're not, the novelty of having a screen that rotates is more fun than a run-of-the-mill TV that, well, doesn't rotate. And you can save $800 on it during this sale.
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