The United States now have some new PDP screens from Samsung that they can find in stores, as Samsung announced yesterday. The fresh lineup is built in a slim form factor, which enhances these displays' general image quality and the general aspect of the room they are placed in. This is also thanks to their large sizes, diagonally speaking, the smallest of the models being a 50-inch one and the largest having an impressive 63-inch diagonal.
has raised the bar for the plasma TV marketplace by providing exceptional picture quality in a slim and energy efficient package,” said John Revie, senior vice president of Home Entertainment for Samsung Electronics America. “With our 2010 select models which include 3D capabilities and Web-enabled multimedia access through Samsung Apps, we are delivering on our promise to create products that evolve with the needs and desires of our customers.”
Apart from the 6500 series comprised of HDTV
flat screens, both the 7000 and 8000 series are capable of rendering video in the more popular 3D format. The 3D processors that Samsung uses in this new lineup of plasma TVs are compatible with all major 3D formats, which means users will be able to view all of their favorite broadcast TV shows or legacy DVDs in 3D format. The 8000 series is the most powerful form this range with Real Black Filter and Motion Judder Canceller technologies
that will enhance the viewer's experience. Also, the CinemaSmooth Samsung proprietary tech allows for Blu-ray playback at 24fps speed.
Besides the more “physical” capabilities of these plasma screens, like in other previously announced TVs built by Samsung, the internet TV software features the Samsung Apps, which provides some popular applications that users can access from the comfort of their own living rooms. Also, the Samsung Apps soft will contain about 20 applications by the end of March, but it is continuously expanding, similar to the Android Market system. Some premium apps will be available only for a certain amount of money through the TV's transactional interface while the rest of them are free.
The PN63C8000 63-inch plasma screen is the most expensive model at $3,799.99 USD, while the most affordable is the PN50C6500 50-inch model valued at $1,599.99 dollars.
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