New Samsung PAVV Full HD 63'' Plasma TV And Gadget Model

Posted: Mar 1 2007, 3:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:08am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

New Samsung PAVV full HD 63'' Plasma TV and Gadget Model
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Samsung introduces new 1080p Plasma HDTV under their PAVV brand in Korea.

Samsung apparently has great taste in gadget models. Features of this model include long black hair, short yellow skirt, black overknees and a very well designed face.

Ah, yes the topic is actually the new Plasma TV from Samsung. The new 1080p Plasma TV comes in a nice 63 inch size.
The The top of the line SPD-63P71FHD achieves 15,000:1 contrast ratio in darkened rooms and features new processing for better color reproduction. It looks like that Samsung also integrated a Bluetooth interface to view photos from mobile phones on this new Plasma TV.
More details about the new 1080p Samsung Plasma TV can be found on this Samsung page (Korean, Google English Translation). There is also a video on this page explaining the new innovations, but it is in Korean. AVing also has some additional photos from the Samsung press-conference.

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