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Hisense is launching a $999 CanvasTV as a cheaper rival to Samsung’s Frame

A photo showing the Hisense CanvasTV in a living room
Image: Hisense

Hisense is launching the CanvasTV, a matte television designed to display artwork and photos, letting it blend in with the rest of your decor when not in use. If it sounds similar to The Frame by Samsung, that’s because it is — but the difference is that the CanvasTV’s starting price is several hundred dollars cheaper.

The CanvasTV is available in 55 and 65 inches, each costing $999 and $1,299, respectively. To compare, The Frame costs $1,499 for 55 inches and $1,999 for 65 inches. Like The Frame, Hisense’s CanvasTV offers a 4K QLED anti-glare display. It also comes with a 144Hz refresh rate, an RGB sensor for ambient light adaption, and multi-channel 2.0.2 surround sound.

Image: Hisense

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