Samsung C7000 3D LED LCD HDTVs Are Available For Pre-order

Posted: Feb 11 2010, 8:39am CST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 10:59am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips

 

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Samsung unveiled at the CES 2010 the C7000, C8000 and C9000 Series featuring a proprietary built-in 3D processor.
The Samsung C7000 3D LED LCD HDTVs UN40C7000, UN46C7000, UN55C7000 are already available for pre-order on Vanns.com.

Pricing of the Samsung 3D TVs start at $1,799.98 for the 40-inch model.
The Samsung C7000 features 240Hz Clear Motion technology, Internet@TV, DLNA and the new Samsung App platform.
The 3D glasses are sold separately (sucks!).

In particular, Samsung’s built-in 3D processor was developed to comply with major 3D formats including the recently ratified “Blu-ray 3D” standard. In addition, Samsung’s 3D system delivers a picture using a full color spectrum for an unbelievable, immersive viewing experience. Along with the company’s 3D Blu-ray player (BD-C6900) and active shutter glasses, Samsung offers a complete solution allowing consumers to bring the 3D theater experience home. The processing can even be applied to broadcast TV, gaming content and legacy DVDs to automatically convert 2D viewing into 3D in real time.

There is no release date set for the Samsung 3D TVs, but Summer 2010 is where the first 3D TVs are expected to hit the market in general. The Sony PS3 is expected to play 3D Blu-ray in Summer as well.
More details on Vann's.

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