Turn your TV into an art gallery for $39.99

TL;DR: As of Dec. 8, you can get Dreamscreens — a plug-in device that turns your TV into an art gallery — for just $39.99 instead of $49.99. That’s a savings of 20%.


The holiday season is here, and people everywhere are looking for that perfect gift for their loved ones. And as lovely as those go-to gifts like sweaters and slippers are, you’re not going to wow someone with an old standby. An excellent option for the artist or entertainer on your list, Dreamscreens is a little device that you plug into a TV to turn it into a 4K display of art. It’s on sale through December 17 for just $39.99.

Your loved one or colleague will enjoy viewing over 500 famous works of art in high-definition on their TV. For example, if they are hosting a party, they can simply plug in the device and turn their television to USB mode to access all the beautiful, interesting works of art available.

Dreamscreens includes more than 500 of the most famous paintings, over 400 impressionist painting images, and 500+ post-impressionist images. It’s a fun way to turn that blank TV screen into part of the whole party scene.

You get some options with Dreamscreens, including a standard version that shows the artwork at its original size, which may show some blank space in the form of black bars around it. Or, opt for the wide-screen version that fills the full screen with the image. And if you want to elevate the mood further, turn the slideshow into a video with background music.

A simple way to bring some color and creativity into your — or someone in your life’s — home, it’s a gift no one will see coming and could bring happiness for years to come.

Order Dreamscreens 4K Digital Art Gallery for $39.99 through December 17 at 11:59 p.m. PT — with on-time holiday delivery if you order by December 14.

Prices subject to change.


Dreamscreens plug-in devices

Credit: Dreamscreens

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