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Samsung The Frame buy 65”/75”, get The Frame 32” FREE

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[Best Buy] Samsung The Frame buy 65”/75”, get The Frame 32” FREE

Best Buy is having a deal where if you buy a 65” or 75” Samsung frame tv you get the 32” version free.

the frame 65”: https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/sa ... k/14469347

The frame 75”: https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/sa ... k/14469346

The frame 32”: https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/sa ... y/14586787
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Hot if you're in the market for The Frame. As other retailers aren't offering the 32" promo.

Which means you probably have some room to deal with say Visions etc.
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Is it just me or is "The Frame" just an excuse for fat bezels? Slightly Smiling Face
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TaehoonK60879 wrote: is this hot?
Are you in the market for a TV or Frame TV? if so compare it to other TV you've been looking at.
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RFD6482 wrote: Hot if you're in the market for The Frame. As other retailers aren't offering the 32" promo.

Which means you probably have some room to deal with say Visions etc.
Visions is also running this promo, its in this week’s flyer.
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Duuuuude wrote: Is it just me or is "The Frame" just an excuse for fat bezels? Slightly Smiling Face
It’s just you. The TVs has several features others don’t.
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Always haters of these tvs
Something something dark side...
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This looks like a cheap way of getting a Jackson Pollock on my wall Winking Face
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FWIW, last Nov I got the 65in 2020 version at Gibbys for 2k plus TX, free ship. Also got the trim as it was a promo. They were loads cheaper than bestbuy at the time w that price.

The app is a pain in the balls to upload your own pics, or really set the display gallery, it's like a 10 year old platform feeling vs today. Very poorly written and limited. But it does work, and we use it in art mode steady. Mostly w family pics now, but occasionally w paintings.

If they open sourced it.. Holy Smokes it'd be awesome, has so much potential.

I was just looking at this sale today wondering if I could justify another one for the office. But the smartthings app to upload photos is a headache.. I spent 10min uploading 5 pics.. Repeated errors. I have no patience so I was inclined to throw it out the window.

People have mistaken it for artwork in art mode.. So it does it's thing.
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32" 1080p TV for $800 ($1.83 per sq inch)
65" 2160p TV for $2,400 ($1.29 per sq inch)

If it was an OLED panel, then I would consider it.
Otherwise, just another gimmick to charge a high price.
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Someone explain to me the difference between a frame Tv and any TV with a screensaver??
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enforcerviper wrote: It’s just you. The TVs has several features others don’t.
I know it does. I'm just having a little fun with it. This is a decent price for this package if you are in the market
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NikolaZrinski wrote: WOW
32" 1080p TV for $800 ($1.83 per sq inch)
65" 2160p TV for $2,400 ($1.29 per sq inch)

If it was an OLED panel, then I would consider it.
Otherwise, just another gimmick to charge a high price.
You wouldn't want this in OLED. Whole point is to leave it on a static art image when not being used as a TV. The OLED would burn in over time.

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