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Thursday, January 13, 2011

Samsung D8000 3D LED

The CES 2011 has concluded with many news. There were news in TVs also, although with less magnitude than last year.
The new D8000 3D LED introduced by Samsung has a very slim design, in depth as well as in the fame´s thickness, of about 5cms. Thus, it become one of the smallest frame display in the market. And what´s more, it has plenty of functions and technical specifications of ultimate generations, such as 3D technology, FullHD resolution and 240 Hz Clear Motion, among others.

The new Samsung D8000 has a 1080p resolution, a back-lit LED system and 240 Hz frequency along with Micro Dimming Plus technology to get dynamic lighting (without being Local Dimming technology).

It includes a web browser installed that complements perfectly to the Smart TV system, HbbTV, AllShare (UPnP), Skype, Widget and VOD. It integrates USB ports with DLNA streaming support, formats: DivX HD, MKV, AVI, MP4, TS, WMV (units format FAT and NTFS).
The remote control is a multi-display touch control, that can be connected to the Internet, run apps, videogames and even watch the TV program on the screen. It has 3D format compatibility and it will come with 3D glasses.

This new series will come with screen sizes of 40", 46", 55" and 86" with prices no yet defined.

1 comment:

Joel V said...

I want one! Just look at that screen! It is beautiful! The outside border is so thin too! It is one gorgeous TV. Wow pretty soon Samsung will probably take over the world. Scratch that, it already has. With their newest TV's, there is so much more to love! Along with the super thin screen, there is the ability to go on the internet. That is awesome! It would go perfectly with my subscription to DISH Network (also my employer). I mean, watching the best quality HD channels on the best looking TV would be one great experience. HD is free with any top package too, so it’s a win win!