Philips DesignLine 55-inch TV launches in Selfridges today

Selfridges has launched the 55-inch Philips DesignLine TV today as part of an exclusive deal with TP Vision UK.

The Philips DesignLine TV will be exclusively available at Selfridges from today with an RRP of £2800 on the retail chain’s website or in stores.

Created from a seamless single sheet of glass that combines TV and stand, the Philips DesignLine TV offers a 55-inch display that seems to float upon the wall.

Featuring Philips Ambilight technology on three sides, the Philips DesignLine TV projects light onto the wall behind the TV that matches the colours of the content currently shown on screen.

The 55-inch display has a 1400Hz perfect motion rate for sharpness and clarity and Full 1,920 x 1080p resolutions. The Philips DesignLine TV includes micro dimming and local contrast features to improve colour contrast improve the image quality.

The Perfect Pixel HD technology provide an immersive picture, while 3D Max allow the TV to show 3D motion content in full HD resolutions.

“The stunning 55-inch DesignLine TV from Philips is a revolution in TV design, its single glass design will become an icon of its time,” said Richard Jones, Technology Buyer for Selfridges. “Performance and features are equally eye-catching, as is the price.”

The single sheet of glass simply leans against the wall of the room using the specially designed bracket included within the price. The leaning angle can be adjusted between 0- and 10-degrees according to the viewer’s preference.

“By consciously designing a system which offer implicit performance, but in a language focused on interior context we can make the TV a true Object of Desire,” said Rod White, Senior Creative Director at TP Vision.

The Philips DesignLine TV is a fully functioning Smart TV and offers four HDMI and three USB ports for wired connectivity as well.

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