TV in Disguise
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.