You can buy almost any TV these days and get great picture quality. What is lacking in the market is something that actually looks classy. The Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 14 stands out with a great, artful design.
They pair an aluminum-framed widescreen display panel on top with oak wood layers below it to fill up the blank space, making it look more like a piece of furniture than a piece of home electronics, and that is what has largely been missing in the display market. In other words, it’s a TV you don’t mind looking at when it is off. It comes in 40 and 55 inch models, has a 4K ultra-HD LED panel with anti-reflective coating, and a built-in light sensor that monitors ambient illumination and adjusts the image profile accordingly.
Other features include a fully-active three-way speaker and bass unit that is said to deliver “more immersive sound than most standalone speaker systems.”
Surprisingly, there is no HDR support, but it does get Android TV, Google Cast, has preset picture modes, and a motorized stand that can automatically adjust its angle. It is a pretty sweet TV in an age of boring plastic. Though it does have that typical Bang & Olufsen price tag. The BeoVision 14 starts at £5,190 (~$6723 USD)
[via Cool Things]