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Samsung The Frame TV

Most modern TVs dominate the space around them, becoming a focal point of the room no matter how svelte their design. The Samsung The Frame TV aims to blend in. Thanks to some smart thinking from designer Yves Behar, it doesn't fade to black when it's turned off and instead displays one of over 100 art pieces. Interchangeable bezels or the optional Studio Stand help it look even more like a framed piece of artwork instead of a screen, and thanks to Invisible Connection technology and a no-gap wall mount, you won't have a bundle of wires hanging down to give it away.

  • LG Signature OLED TV W

    It's not a typo — we're going to go ahead and guess that consonant at the end stands for "wallpaper". That's because the LG Signature OLED TV W is so unbelievably thin — just 2.57mm — that it basically blends into your wall. It does so by hiding the set's internals in a Dolby Atmos-certified sound bar, connected via a transparent ribbon cable. Pixel dimming control, Ultra luminance technology, and HDR with Dolby Vision support deliver outstanding picture quality, and the built-in webOS smart features let you access tons of worthy content without adding an unsightly extra box.

  • Sony XBR-A1E Bravia OLED TV

    You're forgiven if you're wondering where the stand and speakers are. Both speak to the innovation of the Sony XBR-A1E Bravia OLED TV. Including the specs that come with being Sony's first* OLED set — eight million self-illuminating pixels, incredible viewing angles, HDR support, and insane black levels — this new TV takes advantage of what's unique about the technology. Like other OLED sets, it's insanely thin, but instead of hiding all the guts in a box underneath, or protruding from the back, it hides its powerful processors, inputs, and a subwoofer in a folding kickstand. As for speakers, it uses the entire screen itself to emit sound, creating a unification of image and audio normally only see in theaters. Available in 55, 65, and 75-inch models.

    *Yes, technically, the XEL-1 was first. It also had a screen smaller than an iPad Pro.

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