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Samsung's Lifestyle family of TVs - which includes the arty Serif and Frame models and the vertical Sero - has today got a new member. Consumers are using screens to work from home, exercise using online platform, stay in touch with loved ones, and engage with many other activities.
The Terrace Soundbar offers dynamic sound and can be connected with The Terrace wirelessly.
You can bet on its picture quality since it's a Samsung 4K QLED TV after all. Over 2,000-nit brightness should keep visuals sharp and clear even in broad daylight, and anti-reflection coating and adaptive picture tech will help minimize glare.
It is designed with weather in mind - with an IP55 rating, the Terrace's display boasts weather-resistant durability against water and dust, and comes fitted for easy installation outdoors across a variety of settings. "The Terrace takes all the Samsung Smart TV experiences that consumers have come to expect, and optimizes them for the backyard".
The durability of the Terrace extends to the Terrace Soundbar, including IP55 water and dust resistance. It can be mounted to a wall or directly to the TV and has an IP55 rating as well. All of these devices have launched in the US and Canada and can be pre-ordered now on Samsung's website. A consumer model of The Terrace is launching in the US and Canada today, followed by rollouts to Germany, Australia, New Zealand and other regions later this year.
We've no word on pricing for the 55-inch version, but the 65-inch model is up for pre-order now for US$4,999.99, the 75-inch model comes in at $6,499.99, and the soundbar is priced at $1,199.99.
Below is an image of the Terrace TV, as well as examples of typical environments in which it can be used.