Originally Posted by nesto719
i think now that the superbowl is over we will start to hear more info on the new sammy.
Its not raining information yet, but here's a bit of information:
2 February 2008Samsung Series 6 DLP HDTV - 4 New Models for 2008
Expanding on the introduction of the world's first 3D-ready DLP HDTVs in 2007, Samsung Electronics have announced the introduction of four new models in their Series 6 lineup.
The Series 6 DLP HDTVs will be available from April 2008 in 50 inch, 56 inch, 61 inch and 72 inch sizes.
The new Series 6 DLP HDTVs offer consumers increased value while integrating innovative features that lead Samsung’s portfolio of Micro Display and Flat Panel HDTV offerings for 2008.
The Series 6 DLP HDTVs not only feature larger screens and Full HD 1080p clarity for sports, movies and gaming, they also offer the latest in networking and 3D technologies.
Housed in a slim cabinet with a narrow bezel, the Series 6’s hidden speakers make it aesthetically pleasing, as well as technologically advanced.
Multimedia users will enjoy easy functionality with portable devices. MP3 players, PMPs, and thumb drives can all be used via the HDTV’s WiseLink USB 2.0 input, while three HDMI-CEC side ports make it easy to plug in Blu-ray, HD-DVD players, HD camcorders and game consoles for immediate use.
2 February 2008Samsung Series 7 LED DLP HDTV - 2 New Models for 2008
Following on from the successful introduction of the world's first 3D ready DLP HDTV in 2007, Samsung Electronics have announced the addition of two new models to their Series 7 LED DLP HDTV range. The HL61A750 and HL67A750 61 inch and 67 inch respective models will be available in April and June 2008.
Samsung’s Series 7 DLP HDTV has one of the most environmentally conscious designs on the market today. Consumers will find that this series’ new Cinema Pure™ Color Engine powered by the long-lasting Generation 2.4 LED consistently outperforms its traditional lamp-based counterparts, delivering outstanding picture quality and continuous light output rated at over 60,000 hours.
Energy Star® compliance addresses efficiency while these state of the art HDTVs consumes approximately half the power of a 60-inch class plasma HDTV.
This new LED DLP sets typically do not require interval lamp replacement and combined with low power consumption results in a lower cost of ownership for the consumer. At the same time, the Series 7 DLP HDTVs improve brightness by more than 40 percent and offer a wider color gamut for delivering a cinematic experience beyond other display technologies —all while using only 230 watts of power, resulting in both a “Greener HDTV” energy consumption and cost of ownership message to the consumer.
Adding to the functionality of our Series 7 DLP TVs is Simplay HDMI compliance, a new Remote with specially designed “hot keys”, and a new simplified user interface and menu system. The result of these enhancements enables control over all HDMI-CEC-compatible A/V devices for a simplified total system convenience experience.
WiseLink 2.0 (USB) with codec support for MP3 and JPEG enables consumers to easily access files from their portable media and display the files on a brilliant big screen HDTV. The Series 7 DLP TVs will also feature a 1 Tuner PIP function.