Samsung offers Malaysian homes total package for 3D entertainment
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Samsung LED 8000
|46" (RM14,999), 55" (RM19,999)|
|Price Updated 31 Mar 2010|
Samsung LED 7000
|40" (RM9,999), 46" (RM13,999), 55" (RM18,999)|
|Price Updated 31 Mar 2010|
offering Malaysian consumers a total package for 3D home entertainment, with
not only 3D LED, 3D LCD and 3D Plasma televisions, but also 3D-capable Blu-ray
LED TV Series 8 8000 is a slim LED TV with built-in 3D technology, and features
a brushed metal coloured frame surrounded by a transparent crystal silhouette.
It is accented with a four-legged quad stand.
On the other
hand, the LED TV Series 7 7000 has a narrow bezel with Samsung´s advanced
Crystal Design inspired by a brown metal colour.
23.9mm thickness, the sets are also slimmer when compared to last year´s
Ethernet connection and wireless-ready capabilities, the 2010 LED TV lineup
also comes with an upgraded Internet@TV feature that now includes Samsung Apps,
providing consumers with a selection of content and applications from leading
other 3DTVs include the LCD TV Series 7 750 and Plasma TV Series 7 7000. The Samsung
Plasma 7000 HDTV also features Internet@TV connectivity, while the LCD 750 HDTV
includes an upgraded Internet@TV feature that now includes Samsung Apps,
built-in Ethernet connection and DLNA compatibility for wireless connectivity
and multimedia sharing.
products all include Samsung´s proprietary built-in 3D processor and emitter
that is optimised for, and enables compatibility with, multiple 3D standards
approved by the Blu-ray Disc Association.
Samsung´s 3D system delivers a picture using a full colour spectrum for depth
the 3D TV lineup, Samsung also has new BD-C7500 and BD-C6900 Blu-ray players in
the 2010 line-up.
is a slim Blu-ray player at 1.1-inches and can be wall-mounted, placed on a
25-degree angle stand or placed flat. It also features improved disc load and
boot-up times and plays Blu-ray movies in 1080p quality and 24 frames per
second film speed.
won the 2010 CES Best of Innovations award and is enhanced with 3D support and
multi-channel HD surround sound. It is also certified from the Blu-ray Disc
To round up
its offerings, Samsung is also joining forces with DreamWorks animation and
Technicolour for 3D content, resulting in a 3D Blu-ray version of DreamWorks
Animation´s Monsters vs Aliens.
At the launch
and showcase in Kuala Lumpur recently, Samsung also showed how 3D content can
be played from a USB drive plugged into the TVs.
interesting bit about the 3D processor is that it also includes an
auto-conversion technology that can render and convert regular 2D content into
3D in real time at the touch of a button.
The 3D TVs
include a pair of 3D Active Glasses but as a special promotion until July,
Samsung is offering an extra pair of 3D Active Glasses as well as a copy of the
Monsters vs Alien 3D Blu-ray version.
The 3D Active
Glasses weigh 34g and is expected to last up to 50 viewing hours. Two types of
glasses are available -- one with a battery for RM599 and one with a
rechargeable battery for RM899.
The LED 8000,
LED 7000, LED 6000, LCD 750, PDP 7000, HT-C7550W and BD-C6900 will be available
in April, while all LED 9000 will be launched by July 2010.
46" : RM14,999
55" : RM19,999
40" : RM9,999
46" : RM13,999
55" : RM18,999
50" : RM9,999
63" : RM16,999
46" : 8,999
55" : RM12,999
BD-C6900 : RM2,499
Published Date : 31 March 2010
Source : Samsung press release