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New Samsung range in the frame

20th February 2019

The TV is the central point of most living rooms - and with screens getting bigger and bigger, it makes sense to ensure they are as attractive as possible.

That's why more manufacturers are turning to special designs which mean TVs can double up as art pieces when not in use.

Samsung The Frame is a range of tellies which look just like a framed piece of artwork when the power is off.

With a huge selection of artwork ranging from the classics to contemporary, you have the option to change the artwork on display as your mood fancies. Much more appealing than a giant black rectangle dominating the room.

The TV is so slim that it hangs just like a normal picture frame. Installation is simple and quick, and you can just tilt it sideways, back, or forward for the ideal view.

And now, until March 12, Samsung is offering a complementary bezel with each TV purchased.

What's more, we have £250 off the 43inch and a whopping £300 off the 55inch and 65inch options.

As you'd expect from Samsung, these are beautiful 4K UHD TVs which offer faultless pictures when you do decide to turn them on.

See more here: https://www.box.co.uk/samsung+frame.htm

  • Prices correct at time of publication.

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