Samsung’s Serif TV Launches In US
A Fusion of Style and Smartness!
After Europe, it was the turn of consumers in New York to be bedazzled by Samsung‘s Serif TV, which was launched at the Museum of Modern Art, recently.
Taking its name after the Serif font, the Serif TV which cuts a sleek ‘I’ silhouette has been designed by the French designers Bouroullec brothers. The design has been made functional to look like furniture that forms part of a room and can be used as a shelf for books, vases, or any decorative trinkets.
A unique aspect is its ability to blur anything shown on the screen to form abstract shimmering shapes known as the ‘Curtain mode’.
A smart TV running on Tizen OS it comes with 3 HDMI and 2 USB ports. The Serif TV is also sharp in picture quality with its 4K Ultra HD resolution. Not only that, the back has been neatly covered by a detachable woven fabric to hide the TVs ports, leaving the connectors and wires concealed.
Available in 40 inches in blue and white colors, the white version is available for presale for $1,499 from Samsung.com, while the blue can be bought exclusively through the Museum of Modern Art.
Will the Serif TV be accepted in the US? Comment your views.
- Serif TV is TV in the form of high-end designer furniture.
- Serif TV is available for $1499 from Samsung.com
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