Post updated May 27th, 2020 at 01:53 am
It’s not often you see TVs being placed outside the protection of your home, much less one made for that. But that’s exactly what the Samsung Terrace is – a TV for the outdoors. This is the newest entry into the company’s Lifestyle lineup, which includes the likes of the Frame and the rotating Sero.
Being an outdoor TV, the Samsung Terrace comes with IP55 to take on some of the weather without breaking. It also comes with a brightness of up to 2000 nits so that you can see what’s going on even when the sun is out on a clear day. And it packs all that in a body that’s 59.8mm thin.
Naturally, the Samsung Terrace is a smart TV, running the company’s Tizen OS. It also comes with WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity for if you want an external sound source.
The Samsung Terrace comes in three sizes, and each one comes at a premium. While Samsung did not put up the 55-inch model on its online store, the 65- and 75-inch models come it at US$4999.99 (~RM21810) and US$6499.99 (~RM28353), respectively. The company says the Terrace has launched in the US and Canada, and will make its way to other regions later in the year. No specifics if it will be making its way here just yet.