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Television Sets Go from Being the Hearth of Home to Vanishing Mirror TVs

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By the ’60s, almost 90% of American homes had a set. And, by the ’70s, our ubiquitous TVs became the display devices for the first recorded media, and then later for the first generation of home computers. Then big screen TVs eventually demanded the need for dedicated media rooms.

-by Ashley Jude Collie

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Mirror TV Application on Closet Cabinets

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People are requiring better and better entertainment experience for bedroom. A piece of fantastic TV furniture is a choice of the equipment. Imagine if you have a closet cabinet with a mirrored flat screen TV in your bedroom. Crazy as it sounds. Soulaca’s mirror TV is exactly what you need for your customized closet cabinet or other furniture.

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2 New Models 27 and 32inch added into Velasting Series

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We have optimized the structure of waterproof TV for Velasting series. The construction of back cover gets lighter and smaller, the edges get narrower, the installation back bracket gets simpler, and the assembly of TV gets easier. We also removed the touch buttons on the front panel to save the space and perfect the mirror when turing off the TV. All of these make the cost down, and we reduced the unit price accordingly.

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Why Do I need to Equip the Bathroom with a Waterproof TV

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Imagine this: luxuriating in a steamy, bubbly bathtub with a glass of wine while watching your favorite TV show. Sounds pretty amazing right? Nowadays, we all have such busy schedules that sometimes-scheduling time for relaxation proves difficult. So why not install a bathroom TV and kill two birds with one stone? That way you’ll never miss a minute of your favorite program.

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CORONAVIRUS FRONTLINES—CHINESE BUSINESSMAN ADVISES MORE RESPECT FOR NATURE & BELIEF IN THE SCIENCE

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The 2011 Contagion movie, directed by Steven Soderbergh, presciently predicted our present coronavirus pandemic, with healthcare professionals, government officials and everyday people finding themselves in the midst of a pandemic. There is a suggestion that a bat drops a piece of a fruit, which is eaten by a pig. That pig is then slaughtered for consumption, passing on a virus to humans. It’s known that bat viruses are shed through urine, feces and saliva. On top of which, bats and birds are deeply stressed because of deforestation, forest fires and climate change.

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