Its "Art Mode" will enable you to select from more than 100 art pieces in a number of different categories -- from architecture, landscape, wildlife, drawing, and more -- for it to display whenever you're not bingeing the Golden Girls on Hulu. Though, unlike a digital photo frame or screensaver modes on earlier flatscreens, The Frame auto-adjusts the brightness of the screen based on the light in the room to give a matte effect that makes whatever art's on display appear like a piece you'd walk by in a gallery. It also has motion sensors that will turn the display off completely when no one's around.
Samsung is mum on many other specs, and hasn't released pricing info yet. However, considering its other batch of forthcoming flatscreens start at $2,800 odds are it will pack quite a punch to the wallet.