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Samsung Framed By Harvey Norman

Harvey Norman has secured an exclusive deal with Samsung to flog their stunning new Frame TV, that women appear to have fallen in love with.

At a gala event in Sydney last night attended by Harvey Norman directors Katie Page and David Ackery Samsung showed off their new offering which both my wife, and my female financial controller have fallen in love with.
I first saw the Frame, a TV made to resemble a piece of artwork at CES, it was an instant hit.

In Australia, The Frame which comes in 55″ and 65″ is only going to be available at select Harvey Norman stores, it will cost 3299 for the 55″ model and $4,699 for the 65″ version.
At last night’s event where the TV was hidden among paintings attendees gushed in awe at the simplicity and stylish look of the new TV.

Owners of the Frame will also get access to 100 paintings from 37 renowned artists including Australian modern aboriginal artist Sarrita King to access on their TV.

They also get access via a subscription to Samsung ‘s new art store which includes a growing library of more than 300 pieces of established and emerging artists, curated by several international organizations, galleries and museums, including Artspace, LUMAS, Magnum Photos, Saatchi Art and Sedition is available by monthly subscription.

Aboriginal artist Sarrita King

Carl Rose, vice-president of Consumer Electronics, Samsung Electronics Australia said, “The Frame brings new purpose to the television as it can complement any space, at all times. When it is powered on, The Frame offers a premium entertainment experience that our customers have come to love from Samsung televisions. When it is in Art Mode, The Frame becomes a design feature, transforming into something more than what immediately meets the eye”.

As for the specs, The Frame is a 4K HDR TV, and it comes with four HDMI ports, three USB ports, and supports all the standard Samsung smart TV features.

You can also purchase The Frame from Samsung.com.au.

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