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Sony Monolithic design
Sony’s beautiful Monolithic design concept

12 Jan 2011 | Rasmus Larsen |

Sony began selling their Monolithic designed TVs carved from one glass piece in 2010. At CES 2011 Sony exhibited a new beautiful Monolithic design concept.

Monolithic design concept by Sony

Sony unveiled new 2011 TVs at CES, including several with the so-called Monolithic design. But Sony had also brought a new and beautiful design concept based on the Monolithic design.

Sony Monolithic design-concept
Sony Monolithic design-concept, Source: Gizmodo


The TV has been created from one complete glass piece in a smooth, black design. The front of the TV has no buttons, no logos or no switches which creates an elegant frame and a seamless design.

Sony Monolithic design-concept
Sony Monolithic design-concept, Source: Gizmodo


The TV is not an actual product yet but it was functional. Obviously the actual TV panel has been integrated in the upper part of the frame. The bottom is a pedestal but no joint line is visible.

Sony has not released any details about the TV but you can get the Monolithic design in most of the high-end 2011 Sony TVs. The TV to the left of the design concept in the first picture, will be available in stores soon.

Source: Gizmodo



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