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Amazing Art Computer Screen

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At some point between his 20s and 30s, a man comes to a point when he decides he's going to ditch posters in favour of proper art. It's the done thing, usually coinciding with a sarcastic comment from the last date he brought home. But which monochrome piece of expressionism is going to best fit the living room?

Should you lack the experience or commitment to invest in art, fear not. What you need is the Electric Objects EO1 Art Computer - the fanciest digital picture frame to ever hang on a wall.

This high definition screen has been designed not to be another computer screen for your home, but with the sole purpose of showing off the digital art you usually browse on your mobile or laptop in a manner more befitting its artistry. No keyboard or mouse is required - you can set up your own gallery of favourite pieces via an accompanying mobile phone or computer app. Link the Electric Objects frame to your gallery and switch between art at whim. It'll even display high quality gifs.

The New York-based company has also teamed up with a host of museums and galleries to create virtual collections of physical works for your home - saving you a trip half way around the world to see the latest exhibitions.

Currently smashing its Kickstarter funding round, you can pick up an EO1 for around £180.

(Images: Electric Objects)

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