You see. Almost all TV we’ve found out there today are flat, super thin, frameless (or at least a thin framework) and in black. Why Samsung Serif TV stands out is evident, but it’s not merely that – it can also be a design masterpiece by French designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec.
Serif TV is shaped according to the serif “I” letter, as the name signifies. Unlike other flat screen TVs designed to seem invisible when plastered onto the wall or set on a credenza (including Samsung’s own TVs,) the unique layout of Serif TV turns it into a furniture that calls for attention.
It you hate it or love it. But from someone who works with serif and sans serif fonts all the days, I truly appreciate the beauty of this TV that is classy. It looks good from all perspectives (even from the back!) Technically, features as other 4K Samsung TVs and it’s the same spec. ( in case you’re a serious gamer, probably you’ll have to check more on the details.) Serif TV comes with detachable legs.
Serif TV is available in 40?, 32? and 24? and a couple of colors, sold at USD1499.99. (You can preorder now.) Because this is not a typical TV but a collaboration work with designer, I believe the price is OK.