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Hisense: Flat TV with art mode an alternative to Samsung's The Frame

CanvasTV: Flat TV with art mode.
CanvasTV: Flat TV with art mode.
Hisense is offering new televisions that are flat and especially designed for wall mounting. Art can be displayed, making it a direct alternative to The Frame televisions from Samsung.

TVs are usually just a big and dull black panel into the living room when not in use. Samsung offers a solution to this with its The Frame televisions, which are relatively flat and blend in comparatively well, especially when mounted on the wall. In addition, an energy-efficient mode allows artwork to be displayed when the TV is not in use.

In the US, Hisense will soon be offering an very similar alternative, The CanvasTV, which also has an 'Art Mode' that displays a user-set selection of artworks as well as your own photos. Brightness is automatically adjusted with the help of an ambient light sensor. A motion sensor detects the presence of the user, which is said to reduce energy consumption

Unsurprisingly, these are 4K smart TVs. A refresh rate of 144 Hz is supported, and ALLM and VRR should also make the TVs suitable for video gamers. MEMC is also supported. Google TV is on board, allowing content from various streaming service providers to be played directly and without an external player. The installation of numerous apps is also possible. The remote control comes with a microphone, allowing for convenient voice search. Lastly, users also have the option of smart home control.

Exact data sheets are not yet available, but the CanvasTV is set to launch in late summer 2024 with a screen diagonal of 55 and 65 inches and at prices starting at $999.


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Silvio Werner, 2024-05- 4 (Update: 2024-05- 4)