As consumers have gotten accustomed to replacing their televisions every few years, the designer of this conceptual Modular TV has a compelling and more economic solution. Since technology is now at the stage where a thin monitor is standard to manufacture, it's likely that the design of this entertainment device will keep up with the times.
Now, what makes Benjamin Baum's Modular TV so destined to last the decades is that it is comprised of detachable and interchangeable components. Hardware can be replaced in a snap, and software can be easily installed to ensure that the sound, picture and input of the television is continuously current. This adaptable design would even allow the user to have it stand, or be arranged artistically on a wall.
Modern Modular TVs
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