TV in Dis­guise

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Sony has taken a gi­ant leap for­ward from tra­di­tional or­di­nary look­ing rec­tan­gu­lar tele­vi­sion sets, which when switched off; merely seem to take up a huge space in the room. Now the de­sign and even add beauty and so­phis­ti­ca­tion to a liv­ing in­te­rior.

The name Pic­ture Frame ac­cu­rately de­fines the in­ge­nious de­sign. If mounted or placed be­side other frames, it can eas­ily serve as a cam­ou­flage for Sony Bravia E4000, mak­ing it dif­fi­cult for the ob­server to dif­fer­en­ti­ate be­tween the frame and the Tele­vi­sion set. The 26- inch model is best suited for be­ing placed on a ta­ble top, whereas the 32- inch and 40- inch mod­els are pro­vided with a stand. All three sizes can be mounted on a wall to serve as a dis­guised pic­ture Frame.

More­over, the TV sets are of­fered in four el­e­gant colours - Dark Wal­nut, Pearly White, Mid­night Sky and Alu­minum, so that they can merge smoothly with mod­ern in­te­rior de­signs.

In or­der to du­ti­fully serve its pur­pose as a pic­ture frame, the model al­lows one to se­lect six pic­tures, rang­ing from serene land­scapes to Van Gogh’s master­pieces, from the tele­vi­sion’s mem­ory. In ad­di­tion to this in­ter­est­ing fea­ture, it also al­lows one to per­son­alise it by adding pic­tures of fam­ily and friends or a favourite lo­ca­tion or per­haps, snaps from a mem­o­rable va­ca­tion to serve as a re­minder of the beau­ti­ful time spent with loved ones, through con­nect­ing a USB flash mem­ory de­vice. Fur­ther­more, the bright­ness of the im­ages is au­to­mat­i­cally ad­justed ac­cord­ingly to re­sem­ble an ac­tual paint­ing.

The three HDMI in­puts al­low watch­ing movies, play­ing games and lis­ten­ing to mu­sic as an even more pleas­ant ex­pe­ri­ence.

Con­tribut­ing to a greener en­vi­ron­ment, the Sony Bravia E4000 con­sumes 35 per­cent less en­ergy when the pic­ture frame mode is on. More im­por­tantly, through a timer, it au­to­mat­i­cally switches from pic­ture frame mode to power- sav­ing standby mode, con­sum­ing merely 0.19W of power.

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