As always, The Frame’s appeal revolves around a painting-like design whose zero-gap wall mount, customizable appearance and always-on Art Mode help it feel more at home against your wall. While the 43-inch screen makes this better for apartments and bedrooms than suburban living rooms, it otherwise ticks many of the checkboxes for a modern set with 4K, HDR10+ support and four HDMI inputs. If there’s a limitation, it’s that you won’t get newer software features like Apple’s TV app. That won’t be an obstacle for some, though, and it might be a small price to pay for a set so relatively unintrusive.