Teleavia’s Retro TV Concept was inspired by the 1960s—a time when people were entranced by the idea of the future. Furniture reflected this interest, and everything had a futuristic design to it. We were moving from traditional materials to the space-age, and everything was getting smaller. Teleavia used this mindset to come up with a TV concept that is all about portability.
Teleavia was first released during the 1960s. This modern remake stays true to that heritage. The overall shape of the that first release, with its round corners and simple coloring, and applies modern technology to it. The dials, which took up part of the side of the original, have been replaced by a simple row of small icons at the base of the screen—plus a tiny remote control. Portability is achieved not only by size, but also the added leather handle. And you need not worry about hook-ups. The modern rendition isn’t a throwback to old connections; instead, it features HDMI, four USBs, PB, PR and YLR, and WPS audio in and out, RGB in. The TV was designed by Hogeun Jang.
If your home has that retro-futuristic feel to it, then this TV would make a great addition. Even beyond that, the design is conservative but eye-catching, so it could be a great match for any interior, or even serve as the focal point of a room.