THE REASONS WHY SAMSUNG IS THE BEST
Touch of Color
Beautifully designed inspired by light, glass and imagination
Imaging a TV that evokes true emotion, even when nothing is playing on its screen. Samsung’s Toc (Touch of Color) design gives the glossy piano black bezel frame a hint of color for an HDTV that is really original in its beauty.
ONE OF A KIND VIEWING EXPERIENCE
Samsung has a rich history of HDTV design innovation: from gorgeous sculpted silhouettes to the signature piano black finish. Now, we’re applying an original, artistic perspective to flat panel HDTV design, drawing inspiration from the art of glassblowing …
Auto Motion Plus120Hz
LCD action has never been smoother
By calculating where moving objects would be in between the original frames, we are able to create and insert new frames to bring film up to TV speed and automatically eliminate motion blur.
REFRESH THE MOVIES ON TV
Samsung’s new LCD HDTVs with a 120Hz refresh rate are now capable of showing frames at 120 frames per second. Since 120 is a multiple of both 24 and 30, films with 24 fps can be played back as smoothly as they were filmed, letting you take full advantage of new technologies such as Blu-ray Disc.
Super Slim LCD
Presenting Samsung’s slimmest LCD HDTV ever
What’s the skinny on Samsung’s new LCD HDTVs?
There’s less to see, thanks to smaller cabinets and thinner bezels than previous models. Since it’s all about the picture, they feature Samsung’s newest HD innovations that eradicate blur and enhance contrast for magnificent details.
THIN AND PRETTY
Full HD; slimmer TV. A mere 1.9 “deep, Samsung’s slimmest LCD HDTV is as much as 60 percent thinner than conventional flat-panel TVs.
Infolink RSS Access
News, weather, stock quotes and more delivered straight to your HDTV
Samsung’s InfoLink RSS Access makes it easy for you to stay on top of the news, even while watching your favorite programs. Get personalized, real-time weather, news, stock price quotations and more delivered to your HDTV screen from USA TODAY.
YOUR LIFE ON DEMAND
USA TODAY will push content to your TV via an RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feed. No PC needed, just an Ethernet cable and an Internet connection. A wireless connection is even possible on Samsung’s 7 Series and above flat panel TVs. The service is no additional cost to any owner of a Samsung HDTV with the Infolink feature.