LAS VEGAS, January 7, 2021 [Samsung newsroom] – Samsung Electronics America, Inc., a market leader and award winning innovator in consumer electronics, today introduced its next-generation LCD HDTV lineup together with CCFL backlighting. The LCD HDTV line-up is directed from the Series 7, that’s the organization’s initial CCFL-backlit LCD TV using a 240Hz refresh speed. Samsung’s lineup of LCD HDTVs will be on display at Booth #11033 through the International Consumer Electronics Show, which is held in the Las Vegas Convention Center, January 8 -11, 2009.
“We’re proud and eager to provide customers Samsung’s initial CCFL-backlit 240Hz LCD HDTV for customers,” said Jonas Tanenbaum, Vice President of LCD HDTV Marketing at Samsung Electronics America Inc.”Samsung continues to push the envelope concerning design and technology innovation, and customers will experience much greater clarity, brighter colours and unprecedented media capacities available on Samsung’s latest line-up of LCDs.”
The Series 7 and Series 6 650 (32-inch and bigger ) LCD HDTVs match with Samsung’s enhanced Ultra Clear board, a polarizer that reflects area lighting to generate darker, darker black colours and warmer colours. By boosting the functioning of the brand new polarizer, the expression rate is diminished significantly from prior models, making blacks darker, irrespective of the ambient light conditions inside the room. The two Series also contain Samsung’s elastic contrast image setting, known as”Organic” style, which unites the brightness benefit of LCD screens and the cinema-like seeing adventure of plasma screens. The outcome is a brand new amount of movie scrapbooking ideal for seeing movies.
The Series 7 includes a speedy 240Hz refresh speed, a rate twice that of present 120Hz collections, and quadruple that of regular HDTVs. The refresh speed and a quicker panel work jointly with Samsung’s proprietary Automobile Motion Plus™ 240Hz framework interpolation technologies, to remove motion blur and judder using fast-action substance, for breathtaking movement detail.
Additionally, the Series 6 and 7 feature low energy consumption, so saving power and funds for the customer. They satisfy the stringent Energy Star® v3.0 efficacy guidelines.
The exceptional ToC™ framework is generated by employing dual-injection molding technologies to coat a translucent coating across the staircase.
Superior Picture Quality
Even the 240Hz Series 7 LCD HDTV provides an superb alternative for home theatre enthusiasts that are centered on high performance LCD image quality and advanced product design. Even the HDTV’s speedy 240Hz refresh speed and Automobile Motion Plus™ technologies, Samsung’s proprietary frame-interpolation technologies, operate in tandem to create viewing quality akin to that among the very ideal CRT screens.
Samsung’s exclusive Broad Colour Enhancer 3 technologies maps supply colors into the panel color area. This contributes to exceptionally lively, nevertheless natural-looking images loyal to the manager’s original intent.
Besides this brand newest ToC™ layout, the Series 7 also includes a translucent bar that runs round its base bezel. The pub definitely divides the TV in the speaker which houses a set of down-firing speakers. It serves to highlight the exact glass-like caliber of the group’s framework when offering the illusion which the screen stays in mid. Having a stand assembled with translucent fortified glass, this magnificent appearance is improved even more.
Equipped with remarkable networking abilities, Series 7 LCDs attribute Samsung’s brand new Internet@TV — Content Service. Developed by the revolutionary Yahoo! Widget Engine, consumers will have the ability to get widget-based articles from a broad selection of Yahoo! Internet sources such as Flickr, News, Weather and Finance and prospective 3rd party suppliers as they become accessible. For extra versatility, the Series 7 extends past its built-in wired Ethernet connection, also supports 802.11a/b/g/n wireless network capabilities by means of a wireless USB dongle. What is more, the Series 7 is currently DLNA certified and supports wireless links enabling audiences to easily appreciate their PC-based songs, movie, and images in anywhere in their property.
Auto Motion Plus™ 120Hz
Further strengthening Samsung’s dedication to advanced design and higher functionality, the Series 6 distinguishes itself using a ToC™ layout reminiscent of a superbly discounted wine glass. Taking a cue from the favorite Bordeaux show, Samsung conveys this fashion-forward appearance further by implementing translucent colour to the TV’s four borders. A two-tone gradation of translucent ruby colour yields a considerably milder, glassier appearance for the wider and deeper curve in the base of the bezel. The colour doesn’t seem in the front but in the sides, leading to a lighter and more discreet design in contrast to preceding ToC™ versions.
Accessible on most of Series 6 versions 32-inches or bigger, Samsung’s proprietary Automobile Motion Plus™ 120Hz frame-interpolation technology almost eliminates motion blur and judder. What’s more, the innovative panel features a quick pixel response time to make razor sharp pictures in spite of rapid movement in action scenes.
A Multimedia Hub
Exactly like Series 7 places, the 2009 Series 6 650 (40-inch and bigger ) HDTVs also contain the Yahoo!-driven Internet@TV — Content Service. Made possible using a cooperation with Yahoo!, Internet@TV — Content Service is widget-based and provides an entirely new level of connectivity by giving accessibility to Internet-based multimedia articles in Flickr and other Yahoo! providers. With a click of their remote controller, these widgets can easily be accessed by means of a bar-style graphical user interface that sits on the base of the display. Employing an optional wireless dongle, the Series 6 can also be wireless DLNA compliant enabling easier access to multimedia saved on tablets.
Series 6 dimensions, on the flip side, extend far more widely.19, 22, 32, 37, 40, 46, and 55. Both the show 6 and 7 will be available from the 1st half of 2009.