Samsung made a 4K TV you can use outdoors called The Terrace

Bloomberg TV+ has become the first 4K UHD channel to launch on Samsung TV Plus

The 4K QLED smart TV and accompanying soundbar are specifically created to bring the indoor entertainment experience outside.

Samsung's Lifestyle family of TVs - which includes the arty Serif and Frame models and the vertical Sero - has today got a new member.

"Consumers are using screens to work from home, exercise using online platforms, stay in touch with loved ones, and engage with many other activities", Lee said.

Finally, The Terrace and The Terrace Soundbar offer dynamic sound that redefines the dimensions of home theater. Its QLED 4K display is flawless for sports fans: with a high motion rate, it provides clear, lifelike picture quality, ideal for motion-intensive content. It even has a peak brightness level of 2,000 nits, which means that viewability should still be fine even in daylight.

To minimise glare from harsh light sources, the display is coated with anti-reflection and adaptive picture technology which optimises content by analysing its surroundings.


Moreover, The Terrace also has acquired high standards in water and dust resistance (IP55) so it performs well in various environments. And it packs all that in a body that's 59.8mm thin. "The Terrace takes all the Samsung Smart TV experiences that consumers have come to expect, and optimizes them for the backyard". Samsung is also announcing the Terrace Soundbar with distortion canceling technology and an IP55 weather-resistance rating.

Samsung's The Terrace TV is now available in the us and Canada today. All of these devices have launched in the USA and Canada and can be pre-ordered now on Samsung's website.

Samsung says the Terrace is coming to Germany, Australia, and New Zealand next, with other regions coming "later this year".

Samsung says the series will be available in 55-, 65-and 75-inch models that will cost $3,499 (around £2,800, AU$5,300), $4,999 (around £4,000, AU$7,600) and $6,499 (around £5,300, AU$9,900), respectively.

Below is an image of the Terrace TV, as well as examples of typical environments in which it can be used.

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