New Samsung LCD 1080p HDTVs With 15000:1 Contrast Ratio

Posted: Mar 23 2007, 8:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:19am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

 
New Samsung LCD 1080p HDTVs with 15000:1 Contrast Ratio
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Samsung introduces three new LCD HDTVs with 1080p resolution and 15,000:1 contrast ratio in Korea.

The new Samsung LCD TVs come in 40" (LN40M81BD) 46" (LN46M81BD) and 52" (LN52M81BD) inch sizes.

The new HDTVs in Samsung's Bordeaux series feature a clean design with a thin black frame.
Besides the high contrast ratio the new Samsung TVs are also improving on color reproduction and apparently sport 3 HDMI ports.

When these new Samsung TVs will be available outside of Korea is not known. If they do become available they most likely have a different product name / id.
More details in this Samsung announcement (Korean). The page also features a video from the presentation of the new Samsung LCD HDTVs.
Compare Prices for Samsung LCD TVs.

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