Big 4K TVs steal the show in a room, which is great when you’re watching something. But when turned off, they can be kind of an eyesore. That is unless the TV blends in.
Samsung’s “The Frame” is a 4K smart TV that looks like a digital picture frame, so while you’re not binge-watching shows on Netflix you can set the TV to display photos and works of art. Instead of screaming “I’m a TV!” it’ll just look like you just have a fancy, high-tech piece of art in your home — because you do.
The Frame comes in both 55-inch and 65-inch models and the PCMag Shop has them for historically low prices — $1,099.99 and $1,699.99 respectively.
We last in November, but now the prices are up to $300 cheaper than they were during that sale. It’s clear these prices are dropping ahead of the 2019 model release, so jump on this chance to grab a slightly older model TV at a great price.
This TV features a 3840 x 2160 4K LED display and has a built-in 2.2-channel speaker system, from which you can stream Bluetooth audio. Watch video in Ultra HD and search content with the voice-controlled remote that comes standard.
“The Frame” hangs effortlessly flushed to your wall, just like a real picture frame would. You don’t have to worry about hiding wires or a bulky backend of the TV either.
As for displaying images, you can either upload your own or choose art from the Samsung library — showcase a single image or rotate through a slideshow.
Save $900 on the 55-inch model:
Save $1,100 on the 65-inch model: