Art Motion frames turn TVs into imaginary windows

Sure, mounting your flat-screen TV on the wall looks nice, but if you really want to impress, try one of the Art Motion TV frames.

Art Motion

To install your spanking new flat-panel TV on the wall, you can either purchase a regular bracket or go all out with a made-to-order Art Motion frame.

These window-like frames are compatible with screen sizes ranging from 37 to 65 inches and come in a choice of standard, deluxe, and ultimate versions. The standard edition is designed to clamp onto your TV's bezel, while the deluxe and ultimate equivalents go one step further by offering easier access to the sockets behind the panel.

Meanwhile, a total of 10 speakers and a powerful 100W amplifier have been integrated right into the ultimate version.

A 37-inch standard model costs $800 and then the price skyrockets to $4,650 for the top-of-the-line ultimate kit for a 65-inch TV, which promises a "pro-audio" experience. Art Motion also runs a design center to customize its products to user's exact specifications. More information is available on the company's Web site.

(Source: Crave Asia via Born Rich)

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