Since then, this deceptive art piece/media center has allowed couples, design aficionados, and wall lovers to enjoy the beauty of art as well as the art of ultra high definition watching.
The Frame? It’s a Piece of Art
The Frame in 2021 is substantially slimmer than the previous edition and features a far wider range of bezel color choices. While these add-ons, like a standard frame for a piece of art, aren’t cheap, it’s wonderful to have the opportunity to alter your mind (and hence the hue) later. You can go from a small gallery wall in a guest room to a large statement piece in the main room with sizes ranging from 43” to 75”. Even the tiniest sizes can now be hung vertically to fit into your wall decor.
Samsung is also concerned with improving our WFH lives and keeping our bodies in shape. You can use the TV as your own Zoom/Meetings display, providing a welcome reprieve from the computer screen. On the health front, Samsung Health is a free program that comes with your smart television and includes Routines from workout professionals like Jillian Michaels and companies like Echelon to help you keep active. With the addition of a simple camera, the television can even detect your movements and display happy or sad faces based on your posture.
The New Samsung TV Is Packed with Features
Plus, all the original Frame’s great features are still applicable. The light-sensitive art display is related to the rest of the art because it replicates the light in the room (versus looking like a bright tech display). When The Frame detects no movement, the display switches off. All displayed art can be featured with a choice of mat options to truly enhance the sensation of an art wall, and your own art may be changed with built-in filters to make it gallery-worthy.
Samsung has also just released MyShelf, a new accessory that frames The Frame on a shelf for displaying other, ahem, objects and valuables in your house, effectively turning your television into a three-dimensional work of art.