With a profile inspired heavily by the classic Serif font, and an unmistakeable mid-century design, this Samsung television has garnered equal attention from interior design and tech lovers alike. An unlikely but refreshing collaboration with celebrated French design brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, who have previously worked with brands such as Ligne Roset, Vitra, Flos and Iittala, the freestanding set is available in 24in, while the 32in Full HD and 40in UHD models come with elegantly simple screw-in legs. Brogue especially likes the rear magnetic fabric panel that conceals unsightly wires and plugs, as well as the bespoke interface, which includes “curtain mode”, an abstract view of what is on screen, and thus acts a subtle yet clever progression from standby to viewing mode.

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