Samsung’s The Frame smartTV is an art installation for your home

Have you seen those HGTV home-decorating shows where one person in the couple refuses to have a TV in the living room or even in the family room?  I’ve never understood that mentality.  I love my TV, and I want to have it in the room with comfy chairs so I can be comfortable watching The Walking Dead or Supernatural.  I will admit that my 65″ TV with black bezel and a black stand isn’t the most beautiful accessory in my living room when it’s turned off, however.  With the Samsung The Frame 4K UHD smartTV, your TV can look like a framed piece of art when you aren’t watching programming. 

The Frame includes 100 pieces of art from ten different genres, so you can select the piece that best complements your decor for display when you aren’t using the TV.  To further the illusion of framed art, you can add (at extra cost) a walnut, beige, or white-painted frame to the TV’s black bezel.  And the Samsung No Gap Wall Mount (included with purchase) allows the TV to hang flush to the wall, just like a framed picture would.

And watching TV will be a pleasant experience, as well, with the exceptional picture quality afforded you with the 4K Ultra HD resolution, 4K HDR, and over 1 billion colors produced by The Frame.  The smartTV function allows you to access Netflix, YouTube, Amazon video, and other streaming services without requiring extra set-top boxes.  And the universal OneRemote will control the TV’s works of art, TV and video programming, and compatible connected devices.

I found the Samsung The Frame UN65LS003AFXZA LED 4K UHD smartTV (2017 model) at Amazon.  It’s available in a 55″ size for $1998 or a 65″ size for $2798.

 

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