Curved Screens

Buying a new TV was set to get more exciting with the arrival of curved screens back in 2015. Manufacturers such as LG, Sony and Samsung were quick to embrace the concept and soon showcased there new TV ranges containing a number of curved TVs. But by 2020 Samsung is the only leading manufacturers that still makes them.

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Samsung Ue65Tu8300Kxxu, 65 Inch, Curved Crystal Uhd, 4K Hdr, Smart Tv
Samsung Ue65Tu8300Kxxu, 65 Inch, Curved Crystal Uhd, 4K Hdr, Smart Tv
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Whether you are tech-savvy or not this is yet another technology to consider along with choosing the best brand, model size, features and price to suit your budget. Premium models combine the aesthetic appealing curvature, smart functionality and performance to spectacular effect.

3D Effect without the Glasses

With the reshaping of TV screens, it’s not just 3D TVs that are going to deliver immersive viewing. By curving the edges of the picture towards you, there’s a sense of being part of the picture. You can enjoy a richer contrast with images sharper at the edges too, best of all there are no glasses to wear. To get the most effectiveness out of this new design brands are producing big-screen TVs with a curve starting at 48 inches upwards.

The bend of the screen can be slightly more pronounced in some models which may look awkward if wall mounted. However, it’s a different story when a curved TV is placed on a stand or cabinet. Positioned correctly in the room they now look the part and make an attractive focal point. As you would expect from today’s current crop of curved TVs they come fully laden with a heavy spec. All the essential are there plus more.