A Work Of Art: Samsung's New Frame TV

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Samsung has successfully merged art and technology with the release of The Frame TV. The product is just what its name suggests- a television that looks like a framed piece of artwork. Here’s how it works. With the help of technology, The Frame TV looks like a picture frame hanging on a wall when its “Art Mode” is on.

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Samsung's Frame TV in an exhibition in Norway.

Instead of fading to black like a conventional television, The Frame TV displays custom-designed art pieces that you can select. With more than 100 art pieces in 10 different categories –including landscape, architecture, wildlife, action, drawing and more– to choose from, you’re sure to find something you love. There are options for art layouts and colors, as well as customizable accessory options like interchangeable bezels and an optional Studio Stand.

Samsung The Frame TV.Image credit: Samsung.

The Frame TV is outfitted with Samsung’s new Invisible Connection and No Gap Wall-mount, which allows it to hang anywhere and blend seamlessly into any living space without unsightly wires or cables. The Frame TV is available in 56-inch and 65-inch models, and it’s a television that you’ll want to watch- whether it’s switched off, or on.

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Tamara Clarke

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Tamara Clarke, a former software development professional, is the tech and lifestyle enthusiast behind The Global Gazette, one of the most active blogs in the Middle East. The Global Gazette has been welcomed and lauded by some of the most influential tech brands in the region. Clarke’s goal is to inform about technology and how it supports our lifestyles. See her work both in print regional publications and online on her blog where she discusses everything from how a new gadget improves day-to-day life to how to coordinate your smartphone accessories. Visit www.theglobalgazette.com and talk to her on Twitter @TamaraClarke. #TamTalksTech