CES 2009: Samsung Touts New Low Impact Wall Mounting For Their Ultra-thin LED TV

Posted: Jan 5 2009, 11:51pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:24pm CDT, in News | CES

 
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As reported Samsung announced a new 6.5mm thin LED TV panel for the CES 2009. Today the company also reveals the fitting wall mounting system for these new generation of ultra-thin LED backlit LCD HDTVs which really start to look like a normal picture frames when hung on a wall.

Samsung promises to reduce wall damage considerably with the new mounting system. As Plasma and LCD TVs are very heavy in sizes above 40 inches the wall mounting brackets require big screws. Removing a wall mount usually requires some serious renovating of the wall. The new Samsung LUXIA LED TV ultra-slim LCD HDTV will have a weight of only 17kg in the 46 inch size. Making it of course much easier to mount. If you compare the weight of the currently available 46 inch Samsung LN46A550, which has a weight of 27.5kg, these are considerable weight savings.
Via this Samsung announcement (Korean).

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