Bang & Olufsen, the high-end audio-visual equipment company, recently announced its latest product line as a TV named Beovision Harmony, with the special feature that the speaker set can 'fold up and open like a butterfly'.
This set of speakers is made of premium oak and a thin aluminum plate, which will block the front of the screen when the user does not open the image, and can still play music. The rear TV is the renamed LG OLED C9, priced at 7000 USD.
This is the mechanism to open the speaker when the user turns on the TV:
Unique speaker opening mechanism of Beovision Harmony TV
This is undoubtedly one of the most spectacular open TV ever, giving users the feeling that some content is not 'worthy' to play on it! If the user doesn't feel satisfied with the oak color, Beovision Harmony also has a different version of Gray Melange with the outside made of gray braided fabric. This TV can be placed on a shelf, or mounted on a wall.
Earlier this year, LG also launched a unique TV prototype, which can "roll" into a hinge when users do not use it. Beovision Harmony does not completely hide the TV at the time of turning off, but it also turns into a fancy "statuesque" ornament!
The car Beovision Harmony will be sold in September this year at a price 20,100 USD (VND 471 million).