Samsung’s Art-inspired Frame Tv Is On Sale Today For Its Lowest Price Ever

Pre-orders for Samsung’s new Frame TVs are now open, and the 2021 model is available in a variety of configurations for a new low price until April 5th (or while supplies last). For $899.99, Woot is offering a 55-inch HDR-compatible QLED TV, normally $1,499.99, a $100 discount from its previous low, which we saw around Black Friday and the weeks leading up to the Super Bowl. Also, the 65-inch model is on sale for $1,399.99 rather than $1,999, and a year of Samsung’s guarantee is included with both TVs.

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Even while this year’s model has a matte, anti-reflective display, the new 2021 model is designed to display artwork when not in use, making it easier to fit in with your home’s decor. It is possible to use these TVs as Alexa-enabled, 4K TVs that support 120Hz refresh rates and a wide range of streaming apps when they are turned on.

Samsung The Frame LCD TV

The Frame from Samsung is a smart 4K TV that blends seamlessly into the decor of your house. While using the QLED panel, you don’t have to worry about the content you’re watching being interrupted by scenes of ornamental art. In addition to HDR and a 120Hz refresh rate, the Frame has a motion sensor to ensure that its ambient Art Mode is seen by someone.

Philips Hue is presently offering a 15% discount on a variety of popular smart bulbs, ambient light strips, lamps, and other products featured on this landing page as part of its mix and match promotion. All three categories of lights, ambiance and accessories must be purchased to receive the discounted price. In order to take advantage of the 15% discount, you must complete your transaction by April 5th in order to receive it.

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With a Hue Bridge (regularly $59.99), an extra component that lets you define lighting routines, control various sceneries and connect up to 50 lights, for example, two 75W white and color E26 smart bulbs may be purchased for $89.99. A Gradient Lightstrip of 80 inches could be added to the package for an additional $50 discount.

Together, this means you can get some really cool smart lights in your home for a fraction of the usual price. For example, you can choose a warmer or cooler white color for your smart bulbs and alter their timings to suit your needs. Gradient lights, on the other hand, may display a wide range of colors simultaneously, allowing you to place one behind your monitor to add a dash of color.

The Hue Bridge, which uses the Zigbee protocol, may also be used to couple the bulbs and Lightstrip with your existing smart home setup, allowing you to use the most popular smart home ecosystems like Apple HomeKit, Google Assistant, and Amazon’s Alexa to control everything.