Samsung's latest TV takes stimulation from an not likely source

                                                                                                    

has a innovative TV, however this time it's not concerning the tech in it – it's all about the design. Design firm Ronain & Erwan Boiuroullec are behind Samsung's Serif TV, which takes both its name and looks from the font Serif, and in fastidious the letter 'i' when viewed in profile. The TV can place on a table on its own, or on supplied legs, making it seem like something from the 1950s with its solid frame. "What we were looking for was a solid presence that would sit naturally in any environment, just like a piece of furniture," Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec explained.

And to keep it modish, the rear of the TV is enclosed with fabric that hides the ports. The propose firm has also revamped Samsung's Smart TV with a innovative 'curtain mode', which applies a filter over the screen while the user accesses things like a clock, Bluetooth speakers, apps or photo gallery. The Serif TV will be accessible in three models, including a 40-inch UHD model, a 30-inch Full-HD set and a 24-inch model, with all three to include built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

 


Samsung's latest TV takes stimulation from an not likely source

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