The BeoVision Horizon comes two sizes and it’s designed for flexibility
A 40″ model will sell for around $4000, while the 48″ model will cost around $5500. Both models can be mounted on a wheel stand, a floor stand, an easel, or a wall bracket. All of the mounting options are designed for usability and they focus on either mobility or the right viewing angles.
The TVs can also adjust to the lighting of the ambient they’re in (which is not to imply they are outdoor sets), they can adjust the sound to the content being played and feature custom 2.5″ drivers and a 30 watt amp.
The BeoVision sets are Android TVs so you can expect good smart features too, which should come at no surprise at this price point.