Originally Posted by DREAMMOS
Really, can anyone else confirm this? I seen several sites that state the 1080P Samsungs will have these specs.
Here is CES announcement by model number for Sam. PDP:
84 Series of plasma HDTVs are Samsung's first models with true HD 1080p resolution, the The highest resolution available. These plasmas place Samsung's outstanding picture quality front and center in a TrueWide elegant invisible side speaker cabinet design. Featuring Samsung's exclusive FilterBright2 Plus technology, the 84 series minimizes glare and maximizes contrast for a picture that remains bright and vivid in daylight or bright environments. The 16:9 screen aspect ratio, combined with a built-in ATSC/NTSC tuner, USB 2.0, PC Input, and three HDMI-CEC ports, help the 84 Series plasmas expand consumers' entertainment horizons with convenient connections to HD content sources, such as Blu-ray players and other HD devices.
The 58-inch HP-T5884 model will be available in September 2007 at an MSRP of $5,199 and the 50-inch HP-T5084 model will be available in May 2007 at an MSRP of $4,199.
The 64 Series plasmas excel in picture clarity and packs performance in an elegant invisible speaker cabinet design. Also, featuring Samsung's FilterBright2 Plus technology, the 64 series is available in 50-inch and 42-inch models and delivers superb screen resolution in an aesthetically pleasing design. Featuring USB 2.0 and a PC input along with three HDMI connections, the 64 series offers seamless integration with other home theater components, allowing for the playing of HD content downloaded from the internet or from camcorders.
The 50- and 42-inch models will all be available in March 2007 and priced at MSRPs of $3,199 and $2,299, respectively.
An enhanced version of last year's trailblazing 53 series, the 54 series plasma HDTVs look great on or off with a TrueWide elegant invisible speaker cabinet design. Featuring Samsung's exclusive FilterBright2 technology, the 54 series boasts an improved contrast ratio and utilizes enhanced algorithms for minimizing glare and providing outstanding picture quality. The 16:9 screen aspect ratio, combined with Samsung's detailed color, contrast and brightness provide an unforgettable HD screen experience. With a built-in ATSC/NTSC tuner, PC Input, and two HDMI ports, the 54 Series plasma HDTVs let consumers expand their entertainment horizons with convenient connections to HD content sources.
The 50-inch HP-R5054 and 42-inch HP-R4254 TVs will be available in July 2007 at MSRPs of $2,999 and $2,099, respectively.