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The latest addition to Samsung’s TV range is the Sero, a 43-inch TV that was designed with the millennial generation in mind and therefore pivots between horizontal and vertical orientations. It’s a much smarter idea than the phrase “vertical TV” would lead you to believe. Acknowledging that most mobile content is vertical, Samsung says the Sero is designed to encourage young people to project more of their smartphone stuff onto the TV by allowing it to go vertical. Throwing in 4.1-channel, 60W speakers along with an integrated navy stand and a minimalist rear design, Samsung seems to hope this TV will function as both a music streaming hub and a handsome piece of furniture.

When it’s not used as a conventional TV or a phone enlarger, the Sero can also serve as a huge digital photo frame or a music visualizer, and Samsung’s Bixby voice assistant will be on hand, too. Samsung intends to put the Sero on sale for 1.89m KRW (around $1,600) in its home market of South Korea at the end of May.


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Brand: Samsung

Model: The Sero

Release Date: End May (South Korea)

Display Size: 43 Inch

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How-to Make Samsung's Sero a Must-Have

According to the author, the Sero would be perfect if it worked similar to the Amazon Look device which allows people to use a style assistant and take photos of their outfits. Those are important things in our selfie culture. Do you think the author is right?

Mobile Video + Social Media = The Sero

Samsung made the Sero with Millenials in mind as social media continues to influence manufacturing and design decisions. The Sero can be flipped vertically or horizontally and looks more like a piece of art than your standard television.
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Darthwaddler
Interesting. I've never seen a vertical monitor, but now that I think about it everything is so squished online anyways so it makes sense. Not sure if I'd pay extra for it but might be nice to consider it as an option for my next purchase.
Lachlan86
Love this product. I never considered having a TV that could flip. Ingenious. If it didn't cost over $16,000, I would be purchasing one. I'll have to wait for the price to go down...a lot!
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The latest addition to Samsung’s TV range is the Sero, a 43-inch TV that was designed with the millennial generation in mind and therefore pivots between horizontal and vertical orientations. It’s a much smarter idea than the phrase “vertical TV” would lead you to believe. Acknowledging that most mobile content is vertical, Samsung says the Sero is designed to encourage young people to project more of their smartphone stuff onto the TV by allowing it to go vertical. Throwing in 4.1-channel, 60W speakers along with an integrated navy stand and a minimalist rear design, Samsung seems to hope this TV will function as both a music streaming hub and a handsome piece of furniture.

When it’s not used as a conventional TV or a phone enlarger, the Sero can also serve as a huge digital photo frame or a music visualizer, and Samsung’s Bixby voice assistant will be on hand, too. Samsung intends to put the Sero on sale for 1.89m KRW (around $1,600) in its home market of South Korea at the end of May.


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Brand: Samsung

Model: The Sero

Release Date: End May (South Korea)

Display Size: 43 Inch

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