Phillips has this week unveiled a new range of HD TVs in the form of the Philips DesignLine TV range, which have been designed to provide users with a slightly more innovative way to display their TV.
Phillips has incorporated a seamless glass panel design in to their new Philips DesignLine TV range, which gives the appearance that the TVs are simply propped up against a wall, when installed. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the Philips DesignLine TV project and see the final results.
The single seamless panel completely hides the screen in off-mode, thanks to the use of a gradient black sheet, which has been used on both the 46 and 55 inch Philips DesignLine TV models.
“The Philips DesignLine series was designed with interior decoration in mind without compromising on picture quality. The front sheet of glass sits on top of a top-class LCD screen, which is powered by a high-performance dual-core processor with Perfect Pixel HD engine inside.
The DesignLine features 1400 Hz Perfect Motion Rate for superb motion sharpness. Micro Dimming and Local Contrast improve the screen’s splendid intrinsic contrast even further. 3D Max uses active 3D technology in combination with the high-speed display to create a great 3D viewing experience in Full HD resolution. Advanced user interaction and streaming capabilities”
The Philips DesignLine TV comes complete with support for Wi-Fi built in a supports the Philips MyRemote app, Wi-Fi Miracast and SimplyShare technology, and will be available to purchase in both Europe and Russia in the second quarter of 2013. No price has been announced as yet by Phillips.
Source: TP Vision : DVICE
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