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We get it — the thought of spending over a grand on a new TV can be nauseating, no matter how badly you need to upgrade from your crappy 32-inch.
But you’d probably be more likely to make the jump if that purchase kills two birds with one stone, right?
Tech nerds and HGTV fans alike can drool over this one: This 4K TV from Samsung is literally called “The Frame” and offers the best of both worlds, doubling as the room’s main piece of wall decor. PC Mag has both the 55-inch and 65-inch models on sale in their shop for $1,399.99 and $1,899.99, respectively — a savings of up to $600 and significantly cheaper than what Amazon is offering for the same device.
This aesthetics-heavy TV features a 3840 x 2160 4K display with a motion rate of 240 and a UHD/HDR master engine, all surrounded by thin bezels to show off as much of the beauty as possible. Use the built-in Bixby integration for voice control, stream your favorite tunes over Bluetooth, and throw in a 4K Fire TV Stick to get all of your binging apps in one place. (It’s also a sneaky way to hang a TV in the bathroom without being judged.)
If it’s sold in the MoMa Design Store, you know it’s legit: When you’re not using it for entertainment, fulfill your interior decorating dreams with your choice of artwork from Samsung’s gallery. And you don’t have to settle for just one — display a motion-sensing slideshow of incredible pieces from popular artists and museum collections around the globe, curated by you.
House guests are sure to be impressed, going back and forth about whether it’s a painting or a TV. To which you can respond, “It’s both.” *Hair flip*
Get the vibes for yourself: Save up to $600 and get the 55-inch for $1,399.99 (regular price $1,797.99) here or the 65-inch for $1,899.99 (regular price $2,497.99) here. These unique models won’t be on sale (or in stock) for long, so hop on ASAP.