A TV That Looks Like Artwork

Posted on Jul 13 2008 - 6:23pm by Richard Sharp

Bravia E4000 - Can You Tell What It Is Yet?With the potential of hanging your latest high definition LCD TV on your wall, it not only presents the question of whether you really want to advertise the potential gain to local burglars, but it also begs the question of whether the average LCD TV really deserves to be hung as a centre piece like it’s adorning the walls of a sophisticated art gallery. Certainly, you’ll have to pay a premium for it, but the Sony Bravia E4000 does look like it belongs on a wall.

The frame of the Sony Bravia E4000 looks more like a picture frame than it does a TV frame and it genuinely does look like it belongs on your wall. Of course, there’s not many opportunist burglars are going to want to nick what they believe to be an odd nightscape picture (presuming you turn it off when you’re not in the room). Fortunately, Sony had the foresight to include a picture frame mode – by selecting this mode you can choose one of a number of pre-set images or you can even use your own still image. Be warned, though, you may never remember where you put it.

On a marginally more technical note, the Sony Bravia E4000 also utilises the latest in Bravia technology to provude excellent quality High Definition TV and gaming with rich colours and dark blacks. Available in a 32 or 40 inch model with an included stand, or a 26 inch model without, they are pretty sexy but it will set you back a reasonable £1,200 for the 40 inch TV with the higher specs.

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Richard Sharp is the founder of gadgetsandgizmos.org. He loves technology, gadgets (comes with the territory) and social media. You'll find him writing features, attending events and playing with cool tech. Life's good.

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