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Pricing/Availability
MSRPs for some models leaked here and at HDGuru.

Official press release here.
Model MSRP Screen Size (") Availability
UN55D8000 $3,599.99 54.6 Feb-11
UN46D8000 $2,799.99 45.9 Feb-11
UN55D7000 $3,099.99 54.6 Mar-11
UN46D7000 $2,299.99 45.9 Mar-11
UN55D6400 $2,399.99 54.6 May-11
UN46D6400 $1,599.99 45.9 Mar-11
UN40D6400 $1,299.99 40 Mar-11
UN55D6300 $2,299.99 54.6 Mar-11
UN46D6300 $1,499.99 45.9 Mar-11
UN40D6300 $1,199.99 40 Mar-11
UN55D6000 $2,099.99 54.6 Feb-11
UN46D6000 $1,299.99 45.9 Feb-11
UN40D6000 $1,099.99 40 Feb-11
UN32D6000 $899.99 31.5 Feb-11
UN40D5500 $899.99 40 Mar-11
UN32D5500 $699.99 31.5 Mar-11
UN22D5010 $299.99 21.5 Mar-11
UN22D5000 $299.99 21.5 Mar-11
UN32D4000 $529.99 31.5 Mar-11
UN19D4000 $249.99 18.5 Mar-11

Samsung 2011 LED/LCD Feature Comparison
click here for EU model matrix

Series D9500 D8000 D7900 D7000 D6500 D6400 D6300 D6000 D5500 D5010 D5000 D4000 D630 D550 D450
Screen Sizes 75" 46", 55", 60", 65" 46", 55" 46", 55", 60" 32",40", 46", 55", 60" 40", 46", 55", 60" 40", 46", 55" 32", 40", 46", 55" 32", 40" 22" 22" 19", 26", 32" 40", 46" 32", 37", 40", 46" 19", 22", 26", 32"
Full HD 1080p Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
240Hz Y Y Y Y
120Hz Y Y Y Y Y
3D Y Y Y Y Y Y
Samsung Apps Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Your Video Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Search All Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Web Browser Y Y Y Y Y
Skype Y Y Y Y Y
HDMI Inputs 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 2 2 4* 4 4 2**
USB Ports 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 1 1 1 2 2 1
WiFi Built-In Y Y Y Y Y
Micro Dimming*** Micro Dimming Plus Micro Dimming Plus Micro Dimming Plus Y
Allshare Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Qwerty Remote Included Y Y Y Y
3D Glasses Included Y Y
Design One One One One One One ToC ToC ToC ToC ToC ToC ToC ToC ToC
Bezel Type Ultra Thin Ultra Thin Ultra Thin Ultra Thin Ultra Thin Ultra Thin
* 19" has 2 HDMI inputs
** 19" and 22" have only 1 HDMI input
*** Micro Dimming is a video processing algorithm for local contrast enhancement. "Plus" adds the ability to independently dim edge LEDs.

D8000 series Samsung UN65D8000: 65-inch (confirmed by Samsung reps, later expected release date)
Samsung UN60D8000: 60-inch
Samsung UN55D8000: 55-inch
Samsung UN46D8000: 46-inch

D7000 series
  • Edge-lit LED backlight
  • 3D compatible
  • Micro Dimming video processing algorithm for local contrast enhancement (no actual LED dimming)
  • Supports Bluetooth 3D active glasses
  • 240Hz refresh rate
  • 0.2" black acrylic bezel with hint of red
  • Samsung Apps with universal search and web browser
  • Built-in Wi-Fi
Samsung UN60D7000: 60-inch
Samsung UN55D7000: 55-inch
Samsung UN46D7000: 46-inch

D6400 series Samsung UN60D6400: 60-inch
Samsung UN55D6400: 55-inch
Samsung UN46D6400: 46-inch
Samsung UN40D6400: 40-inch

Accessories
3D Active Glasses
Wireless charging hub

Model Description MSRP Availability
3D Active Glasses
SSG-3100GR Battery-operated 3D active glasses $129.99 Mar-11
SSG-3300CR Compact Size Rechargeable 3D active glasses (prescription ready) $179.99 Mar-11
SSG-3300GR Rechargeable 3D active glasses $179.99 Mar-11
SSG-3700CR Ultra-light rechargeable 3D active glasses (prescription ready) $219.99 Mar-11
TV Accessories
RMC-QTD1 QWERTY TV Remote $99.99 Apr-11
CY-SWC1000A Wireless 3D glasses charging station $199.99 Mar-11
CY-SWR1100 Simultaneous Dual-Band Wireless-N router with One Foot Connection and priority QoS $149.99 Mar-11
CY-STC1100 SKYPE(TM) video camera $169.99 Mar-11
WIS09AGBNX/XAA Wireless USB LAN Adapter (Linkstick) $79.99 Mar-11
Wall Mounts
CY-ATB10/ZA Sound bar wall mount $29.99 Mar-11
WMN2000A Ultra-slim wall mount (32~40” LED) $199.99 Mar-11
WMN2000B Ultra-slim wall mount (46~60” LED, 51” Plasma) $199.99 Mar-11
WMN2000C Ultra-slim wall mount (65” LED, 59”+ Plasma) $199.99 Mar-11

Photos
CNET: Samsung 2011 TV Photo Gallery






Videos
CES11 SAMSUNG -- ULTIMATE AV MAG
3D glasses roundup at CES 2011 from Which?
Samsung D8000 TV - Exclusive first look review from Which?
Samsung CES 2011: D8000 LED TV Series 8
Samsung CES 2011: D6400 LED TV Series 6
CNET 'First Look': UND 8000 Series
CNET 'First Look': UND 7000 Series
CNET 'First Look': UND 6400 Series
Samsung CES 2011: Virtually Edgeless Smart TVs
Samsung CES 2011: Bezel, What Bezel?

Articles/Press Release
Samsung 2011 plasma, LED TVs priced, shipping (CNET)
Samsung’s 2011 TV line-up (FlatPanelsHD)
CES: Samsung's best LED sports micro dimming (CNET)
CES: Samsung LEDs flaunt 0.2-inch thin frames (CNET)
CES: Samsung 120Hz LED LCD TVs get 3D too (CNET)
Hands on: Samsung LED D8000 series review (TechRadar)
Samsung 3D glasses v2.0 hands-on
Samsung EU Forum: Samsung TV lineup Spring 2011
Samsung Europe: LED TV Series (D8000, D7000, D6510)
UNIQUE QWERTY TV REMOTE AND WIRELESS CHARGER LEAD SAMSUNG'S LINEUP OF ACCESSORIES IN THE HOME
SAMSUNG SHOWCASES BREAKTHROUGH DESIGN INNOVATIONS AND SMARTER LED TV PRODUCTS FOR 2011

Spec Sheets
UN26D4000 spec sheet
UN32D6000 spec sheet
UN46D6000 spec sheet
UN55D6000 spec sheet
UN40D6300 spec sheet
UN46D6300 spec sheet
UN40D6500 spec sheet
UN46D6500 spec sheet
UN46D7000 spec sheet
UN55D7000 spec sheet
UN46D7900 spec sheet
UN55D7900 spec sheet
UN55D8000 spec sheet

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Samsung has teased its 950 Series LED-backlit 3D monitor... an asymmetric and very modern aesthetic. I presume the 2011 "D" range of LED TVs will look a bit more traditional.

http://www.engadget.com/2011/01/04/s...ymmetric-beau/

http://translate.google.com/translat...orrow.com%2F78


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The 4-legged chrome and now this?

I hope they keep it traditionally on the rest... because this is just... ugly.
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I wallmount so as long as it can be removed....

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That has to be a computer monitor. Can't even wall mount that.

The 101 is soooo very nice!!!
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Props to the gorgeous Samsung model (woman) though; hubba-hubba!
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I did a little more digging. In Samsung's press releases, it's being called "3D LED Monitor 950 series." So it indeed may be suited more for a desk than a family room.

More pics/info from their official Flickr account.

http://translate.googleusercontent.c...Ncc90INkdX620A


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Another Milestone in Its Presenting Design-Savvy LED Monitor at CES 2011

Samsung has prepared itself to unveil a much-stylish 3D LED monitor -- remarkable for its ascetic value of originality and curvy beauties -- at the upcoming CES 2011, in Las Vegas, US.

Samsung, a front-runner in the TV and display market which continues to provide ground-breaking innovation whenever it's about time, is set to showcase another milestone in its high-end monitor line-ups: 3D LED Monitor 950 series.

Samsung 3D LED Monitor 9 Series is leading the pack at the show for its unique design. Among other things, Samsung 3D LED Monitor 9 Series features asymmetric feature and curvy design in its body, likely to present un-tapped experiences to the audience.

The thin panel shaping monitor screen is connected seamlessly to the stand on the lower part which visualize ever stylish and attractive curves. And dark black color on the front screen stands stark contrast to the rear screen, which is in metallic silver color, thus likely to embody Samsung's design philosophy of realizing original design.

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Great. So does this mean PC Gamers will finally have a monitor capable of sticking the modern tv counterparts? It seems ever since the demise of CRTs that nothing could touch the Sony FW900. I hope it turns out good.
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I'm more excited about Samsung's new AMOLED display lineup and where it's going in a few years:



http://mashable.com/2010/12/31/samsung-displays/

http://www.samsungsmd.com/

http://www.businesswire.com/news/hom...ext-generation
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This looks fairly intriguing as well.... an active shuttering display with cheap passive glasses. The RDZ LCD HDTV yields normal image brightness with full 1080p resolution (unlike the patterned retarder tech LG and Vizio have announced).

http://ces.cnet.com/8301-32254_1-20027136-283.html
http://www.engadget.com/2011/01/04/s...hutter-3d-int/

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Just when we were getting used to the introduction of passive glasses 3D into the formerly active shutter-only home arena Samsung LCD Business and RealD will show off another option at this year's CES that is apparently based on the ZScreen technology RealD licensed last year. According to the two, RDZ LCD HDTVs are compatible with the cheaper RealD glasses already in use in theaters, by making the panel itself an active switching LCD instead. Compared to the patterned retarder passive 3D we expect to see from Vizio and LG, this has the advantage of not cutting the resolution of whatever you're watching in half, although they would likely still claim advantages in brightness and lack of flicker.

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I'm more excited about Samsung's new AMOLED display lineup and where it's going in a few years:



http://mashable.com/2010/12/31/samsung-displays/

http://www.samsungsmd.com/

http://www.businesswire.com/news/hom...ext-generation

You and me both. I'm surprise none have released such a TV yet up to this point. Although, I believe Sony had a 20 some inch TV that using organic LEDs that was seriously expensive.
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They are so thin!
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Wow, this RDZ Samsungs are yummy. No crosstalk ( i hope), brightness of
LED, no image retention of PDP, cheap (free?) glasses. Impressed with Samsung. Bravo.
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Yet another industrial design tour de force to draw attention away from the fact that it's yet another edge-lit LED? How about working on the PQ? With perfect PQ, I don't care if it's framed by a toilet seat.
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We finally have a picture of a full-fledged TV. It's a 75" "Smart TV" (3D edge-lit LED -- it looks similar in appearance to 2010's C9000.

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You and me both. I'm surprise none have released such a TV yet up to this point. Although, I believe Sony had a 20 some inch TV that using organic LEDs that was seriously expensive.

Samsung just announced they've quadrupled their investment in OLED tech (on par with LCD). No doubt will see increasingly larger OLED TVs on the market within the next couple years.


http://www.koreaherald.com/national/...20110105000858
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The 4-legged chrome and now this?

I hope they keep it traditionally on the rest... because this is just... ugly.

Yes. As someone said, I hope this is a computer monitor.
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1st post updated with pics of the D range of LEDs.
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Yes. As someone said, I hope this is a computer monitor.

Probably makes sense, but I know that'll be the most expensive monitor out there then.

The OP just updated the post with current pictures of the TV lineup.
Dissapointed they kept the 4 legs but at least they got away with the ToC.

It's almost like a borderless design, but theres still a small border. Looks nice! I wonder how much "thinner" they made it...
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40" D6400 please. Loving these new borderless designs.

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40" D6400 please. Loving these new borderless designs.
which is a copy paste from LG it seems..
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which is a copy paste from LG it seems..
Indeed, but these slim border designs will be on non-flagship level displays as well.

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No glass in front though...
still prefer Sony's monolithic design... so beautiful.
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Can someone please calculate for me how wide a 60- and 65-inch would be with the 0.2" bezel??

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They haven't announced dimensions yet. I imagine somebody on the floor tomorrow can measure it (or they may annouce it then).

Me, personally, I want the 46" D8000.
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We know the size diagonally, and we know that the dimensions are 16:9 and the bezel is .2". Must be possible to calculate he width with the help of Pythogoras?

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They haven't announced dimensions yet. I imagine somebody on the floor tomorrow can measure it (or they may annouce it then).

Me, personally, I want the 46" D8000.

I have the un46c8000 and was just getting ready to buy the pn63c8000, but after seeing the new d8000 I'm going to wait and buy the 60d8000. Just have to wait for pricing and release dates, can't wait.
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What is this "Micro Dimming Plus" baloney? Sounds like a fancy smancy term for more edge-lit crap with no full-array local-dimming!
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i believe a 60inch d8000 might be my next tv. The LG tv also looks nice.

Sony's press conference is going on, lets see what they bring.

My next tv will either be samsung, sony, or LG.
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What is this "Micro Dimming Plus" baloney? Sounds like a fancy smancy term for more edge-lit crap with no full-array local-dimming!

the c8000 has what they call precision dimming, its edge lit but with dimming. The leds are on the top bottom of the screen. This new micro dimming is more of the same but with the leds mounted on the sides, this should improve on the c8000 dimming as for letter box movies you wont get flash-lighting in theory. I can see how this should improve on the dimming as I own a c8000. For the record my c8000 doesn't have flash-lighting so I guess things can only get better for d8000.
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