After the first measures of lack of confidence and good forecasts for the coming months, it is normal that right now everyone wants to be away from home and reunite with their loved ones and friends. A wish that is combined in the new Samsung Terrace, the latest addition to its family of “lifestyle” televisions, and which stands out for being designed for use outdoors, with some certifications IP55 for resistance to water and dust.
It highlights that, despite the thick and “armored” terminals that we usually see in the framework of smartphones, despite their resistance against the elements, the lines of Samsung Terrace televisions are still quite elegant, with notably reduced bezels, and a depth width of just 59 millimeters.
In addition, one of the great advantages of this new line of outdoor televisions is the incorporation of an HDBaseT receiver, thanks to which “only one AC outlet is required” to operate. And it is that this receiver can transmit any audio and video up to 4K through the same cable over long distances, a reference technology for outdoor leisure.
As for the panel itself, we find performance comparable to high-end standard QLED TVs. It has full matrix local dimming, extended quantum dot color, an anti-reflective coating, and a brightness of up to 2000 nits, able to show us images without reflections even in full sun. In addition, the Samsung Terrace also include environmental modes characteristic of the company, with which we can turn the television into a frame to show works of art, photos or other content when we are not actively using it.
Finally, Samsung has also announced the launch of your Terrace soundbar, directly compatible with the Samsung Terrace, offering the same IP55 ratings, and adding distortion cancellation technology to deliver powerful audio capable of delivering crisp results and an outdoor home theater experience.
Unfortunately, the special features of these outdoor televisions are often accompanied by significantly higher prices, something that is repeated with the new Samsung Terrace, which will amount to a minimum of $ 3,455 for the 55-inch model, $ 4,999 for the 65-inch, and up to $ 6,499 for its larger, 75-inch model.
Currently only available in the US and Canada, Samsung Terrace is slated to hit the rest of America, Europe, and other regions later this year.