IF you have already bought your new 3D TV of Samsung then it is old by now and if you are planning to buy new TV then hold on as Samsung has launched its new product range in CES -2011. IT is going to be in 4 different sizes 46 inch, 55 inch, 60 inch and 65 inch. The model UND8000 is going to be as thin as 0.2 inch wide bezel. The model is going to have many enhancements for Smart TV. Along with many new features like panel for media search, TV remote control with touch control, full web browser and above all support for Bluetooth 3D glasses. It promises the improved Bluetooth performance. Some of the other common features are 1080p panel, built in Wi-Fi, Skype support and 240Hz de-jitter technology which needs to be present in every new 3D TV launched by any company.
The other series from Samsung-D7000 series is also in three different diagonal screen sizes which are 46 inch, 55 inch and 60 inch. The classy look and thinness remains same 0.2 inch bezel. The other features which are part of this 3D LED are full web browsing, 3D playback, built in Wi-Fi, support for Skype, 1080p panel and of course latest from Samsung active shutter glass with Bluetooth support. The model does not have universal remote and Micro dimming plus. The screen size of this model is either 51 , 59 and 64 inch. In case you want Plasma TV with remote then D8000 is another series which is launched by Samsung and it has almost all the features similar to the D7000. Of course some different features are there like Touch control TV remote which has 0.001ms response time and DLNA s. support. In case you need a webcam then it is an accessory with the model. This is one of the plasma TV which Samsung has already introduced in the last year’s how. It has certain improvement in it.
D6500 is the other model which is launched by Samsung at CES-2011. It has two sizes 51 and 59 inch and may not have all the latest features. Samsung has not come out with the price till now but they are going to launch this product in the first six months of the year.
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