Samsung's C9000 3D HDTV: A Work Of Art

Posted: Jan 11 2010, 12:05pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:50pm CDT, in News | CES

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The television is the centrepiece of the living room. When I was a kid every TV on the market was huge and constructed with all the artistic finesse of of a giant plastic brick. Now the televisions are thin and lightweight but, for the most part, completely uninspired. Samsung's upcoming C9000 HDTV, shown for the first time at CES 2010, is a notable exception to this rule.

That photo up top isn't misleading; the C9000 really is that slim. This HDTV has 3D support and a severe weight problem worthy of a "very special" episode of 90210. Due to the screen's relentless thin-ness, this machine's guts are all contained in the base, along with all of its various USB and HDMI slots. Gizmodo reports that the remote also doubles as a mini-smartphone, capable of viewing streaming media from other sources on its own.

We have no word on what size this beast is or how much it will cost, but I'm betting the answers are 'huge' and 'thousands of dollars'. We'll know for sure when this new TV line makes the switch from CES 2010 to living rooms around the country.

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