Séura Adds to Premier TV Mirror Line
The company's S1 model is the latest in the vanishing TV mirror Premier Series.
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April 11, 2013 by Rachel Cericola

Think you could be on TV? We don’t have a casting call for you. Instead, we have the Séura S1. This is a TV that doubles as a mirror and is perfect for almost any room in the house.

As part of the vanishing TV mirror Premier Series, the S1 boasts a superior picture quality that minimizes internal reflection. Other features include RS-232 control, HDMI, component, USB, and IR connections.

“Our product development and engineering teams have designed the Premier S1 to give the consumer a greater peace of mind knowing that their new display will stand the test of time. We crafted the product to be durable and long-lasting,” said Gretchen Gilbertson, co-founder and CEO. “These new models are also easier to install so our customers can get to benefit from the exceptional video quality with less life disruption.”

The Premier line is Séura’s most popular line of TV mirrors to date. Designed for living rooms, bedrooms, and above fireplaces, the Premier is available in 32-, 42-, 46-, 55- and 65-inch screen sizes.

Check out this 65-inch Séura mirror TV installed over a home’s fireplace by Osbee Industries.
Cake Boss, Buddy Valastro, has a mirror TV hidden in his bathroom in his New Jersey home.

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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at www.rachelcericola.com.

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