I think it is safe to say that even tech neophytes will be blown away by the Samsung MSTV. Designed by Joseph Dumary, the Samsung MSTV is a conceptual 3D TV designed to fit screens as small as 22 inches and as large as 64 inches.
The Samsung MSTV isn't actually a TV at all. The MSTV (multi-screen TV) is actually a stand that can hold different screens. The screens themselves display the picture and can be switched out seamlessly should you ever need to downsize or want to up-size. The screens themselves are designed to be razor-thin and have no edges. The Samsung MSTV is powered by Android and can communicate and be controlled by other Android-powered devices like oh, let's say, the Samsung Galaxy.
The Samsung MSTV is also designed to be eco-friendly, with its AMOLED+panel using natural light to provide the TV's back light during the day. Unfortunately, the Samsung MSTV is still just a concept. Maybe one day Samsung will act on this design, but for now you'll just have to check out conceptual renderings of the MSTV here.
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