Seura Puts 4K Display in Flat Screen Mirror TV

New 4K Seura mirror TV sits flush with the wall to better blend in with your home.

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You may love to show off your new 4K Ultra HD TV when it’s displaying a great Blu-ray movie or a live sports event, but when it’s turned off it’s just a big black rectangle. We’ve shown you ways to hide your TV before, but one of the best ways is to hide it in plain sight with a mirror TV. Now Seura is making it mirror TVs even better with the new Vanishing line that makes them flush with the wall and ups the resolution to 4K.

Seura says the line of products support the integration of large screen TVs into interior spaces without disrupting the design of the room through their ability to sit flush on a wall, while providing a choice of designer frames that complement room themes.

“Seura Vanishing Entertainment TV Mirrors set the industry standard with a combination of superior technology, quality and design,” says Gretchen Gilbertson, CEO and founder, Seura. “It is our goal to provide our customers with the ultimate solution for their desire for the highest TV technology available, presented in a way that actually enhances the room where they watch TV. Seura has developed a flawless product that seamlessly transforms framed picture mirrors into extraordinary UHD TVs.”

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To ensure long-term reliability, the new 4K mirror TVs also feature heat-conducting aluminum frames and more efficient power supplies that the Midwestern company says will help to increase the life expectancy of the products. Other features built into the Vanishing Entertainment TV Mirrors include connection inputs at the top of the products and universal VESA mounting patterns to allow dealers use their choice of mounting devices.

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