"Consumers are using screens to work from home, exercise using online platforms, stay in touch with loved ones, and engage with many other activities", Lee said. It also comes with WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity for if you want an external sound source. Samsung says the TV is ideal for sports fans with a 4K resolution and a high motion rate of MR240.
The Terrace features a 2,000 nits brightness, which makes it capable of delivering a vivid, clearly discernible picture even when viewed in broad daylight. The display also has an anti-reflective coating to reduce glare. And it packs all that in a body that's 59.8mm thin.
This Samsung smart TV has been created to bring the full indoor entertainment experience outdoors.
Like The Terrace, the soundbar is IP55 weatherproof and was made by the same audio lab in California that produced the award-winning Samsung M650 Soundbar and contains a lot of the same features like the distortion cancelling technology.
The Terrace comes with Samsung's Smart TV platform cooked in and is available in 55-, 65- and 75-inch flavors. All of these devices have launched in the USA and Canada and can be pre-ordered now on Samsung's website. The company says the Terrace has launched in the U.S. and Canada, and will make its way to other regions later in the year. "Pricing starts at US$3,455 (~RM15,075) for the 55" model, with the 65" and 75" variants retailing for US$4,999 (~RM21,805) and US$6,499 (~RM28,348) respectively.
LG's CX TVs are its mid-range offering in terms of price, but actually match its most expensive 4K OLEDs for image quality - they use the same panels and processing, and instead save a bit of money on things like the design and speakers (not that this is a bad-looking TV in any way).