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Mark Peters : August 11th 2009 - 07:50 CET
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SamsungNew Samsung LED HDTV series : Samsung Electronics, a market leader and award winning innovator in consumer electronics, unveiled the flagship model of its expanded LED HDTV lineup with the all-new Samsung 8500 Series. The new Samsung HDTV combine the award-winning picture quality and thinness of Samsung’s previous LED HDTV models, with the latest networking and interactive features, to provide an ideal option to all TV connoisseurs. “For consumers who are looking for the ultimate HD centerpiece and high-level performance in their home theater, the Samsung 8500 LED TV Series delivers break-through quality and design,” said John Revie, senior vice president of Visual Display Marketing, Samsung Electronics America.

LED HDTV

Samsung LED HDTV Picture Quality
With Samsung’s innovative use of white LEDs as a backlight source, the Samsung 8500 LED HD TV Series is capable of a stunning 7,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio for extreme detail and image depth. Its Wide Color Enhancer Pro ensures that colors are consistently vibrant, while Samsung’s Ultra Clear Panel works to improve image clarity and brightness regardless of a room’s ambient lighting. The new Samsung LED HDTV is also compliant with the latest Energy Star v3.0 ratings, and includes an optimized energy savings mode that adjusts the backlight and picture quality, without sacrificing the overall viewing experience. Additionally, its “Natural” mode optimizes picture settings to model the brightness advantage of LCD displays and the cinema-like richness of plasma displays with any content.

LED TV

Samsung 8500 LED TV features
The Samsung LED HDTV Series incorporates an ultra-quick 2ms panel response time, combined with Samsung’s latest version of its Auto Motion Plus frame interpolation technology that has a true 240Hz refresh rate to significantly improve playback of fast-paced content. Going beyond the three standard Auto Motion Plus presets, users can also separately adjust the levels of judder and motion blur reduction for superior picture control. The new Samsung 8500 Series features Samsung’s Media 2.0 suite, allowing users to access content from more sources than ever before. The Internet TV - Content Service, developed in association with Yahoo!, provides onscreen access to popular web-based content from Yahoo! (Flickr, Video, News, Weather, and Finance), USA Today (Sports), Twitter, YouTube, and others.

Samsung LED HDTV

Samsung LED HD TV
Even after purchase a new Samsung LED HDTV, consumers will be able to use a growing library of widgets, as the widget development kit is available for other content providers to develop new offerings. Samsung’s Media suite provides wired and wireless DLNA compatibility to enjoy photos, music and videos from a networked PC right on the television. Pre-loaded photos, artwork, games, and recipes are also included for entertaining, and two USB 2.0 connections can be used for playing a plethora of video, photo, and audio files from portable devices, including external hard memory. The widgets-based interface and scrollbar are activated with the push of a button, and run along the bottom of the screen for easy browsing of the latest programs and content available.

HDTV

Samsung Design LED HDTV
Measuring at just 1.6 inches deep and featuring Samsung’s Touch of Color bezel, the Samsung LED HD TV Series provides consumers with style and flexibility in an HDTV. Additionally, both the 46-inch and 55-inch HDTV models from Samsung come with a built-in tuner and an array of multimedia connections. Samsung’s innovative, ultra-slim wall-mount solution (sold separately) makes installation akin to hanging a picture frame, by reducing the gap between the TV and the wall to a mere 0.6 inches - a major improvement over traditional mounting systems.
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