LAS VEGAS - Samsung will continue the strong
push it put behind its LED-illuminated LCD TV series by showing its most
extensive array of LED TVs to date, including models that incorporate 3D
technology, advances in picture quality and even thinner set designs.
The new 3D
displays will connect with a new 3D Blu-ray Disc player, to be unveiled here,
and will ship later in the year.
In total, Samsung
will expand its LED backlit LCD offerings from four series to eight series, and
from 13 models in 2009 to 45 models in 2010.
In IPTV, the
company's Internet@TV capability will be significantly expanded in both CCFL
and LED product lines.
Key Samsung 2010
3D enabled products will include 19 flat-panel TVs (13 LED LCD TV and CCFL LCD
models and six plasma models.
To support select
sets with up to 1080p 3D capability, the company said it also plans to unveil a
3D Blu-ray player. Exact availability dates on 2010 products were not available.
Samsung said all
of its LED TVs, Blu-ray players and home-theater systems this year will
incorporate design elements from the company's Touch of Color (ToC) approach
and the new options include nature-inspired bezel styles in either wood or
LED LCD TV model series is the UNXXC9000, which features what the company said
is the first onboard TV display touchscreen remote control.
The LCD TV series
has models with 55-inch and 46-inch screen sizes, which are both among the
company's 3D-ready models. Sets use edge-lit LED backlighting to achieve a
0.28-inch screen depth. To reduce depth, Samsung placed all of the set's
circuit boards, including the tuner, into a detachable integrated pedestal
stand, that doubles as a wall-mount bracket.
system will present both native 3D images and 2D images rendered in 3D.
touchscreen remote is said to simplify command selections. It includes
integrated Wi-Fi and infrared technology to operate a wide range of A/V
components, and will display broadcast content on its touchscreen while a
Blu-ray movie is playing on the TV.
Both models in the
series feature 1080p resolution and 240Hz refresh-rate technology, called Auto
Motion Plus frame interpolation.
Samsung's Internet@TV widget-based system, models in the series include
Ethernet ports and wireless-ready capabilities to access content from such
partners as Blockbuster, YouTube and others.
series, which will ship in the first half, is billed as the world's first edge-lit
LED LCD TV line with Seamless Dimming technology. The series will include
models in the 46-, 55-, 60- and 65-inch screen sizes, all with 1080p resolution
and 240Hz frame-rate capability.
a metallic design with 3D display support.
Samsung said the
line will use its new seamless local dimming technology, which enables many of
the advantages of full array local dimming technology in an edge-lit form
factor. Screen depth is said to measure just 0.93 of an inch.
The line includes
the company's auto-conversion system to support both native 3D content as well
as 2D content rendered in 3D.
include built-in Ethernet connection and wireless-ready capabilities supporting
Internet@TV widget-based content.
series incorporates 3D-ready edge-lit LED technology with 1080p resolution and
a 240Hz refresh rate. Screen sizes include 40, 46, 55, 60 and 65 inches, all of
which will ship in the first half.
Samsung's aforementioned 3D/2D auto-conversion system, Ultra Clear III panels,
built-in Ethernet connection, and wireless-ready capabilities supporting the
UNXXC6500 LED backlit LCD series with 1080p resolution and a 120Hz refresh
rate. It offers an upgraded Internet@TV system with wireless DLNA connectivity
for cameras, cellphones and PCs, and will ship in the first half in the 40-,
46-, 55-, 60-, and 65-inch screen sizes.
The UNXXC5000 LED
LCD TV series includes the 32-, 37-, 40-, 46- and 55-inch screen sizes, all of
which ship in the first half of the year. Features include 1080p resolution,
specially designed low-power-consuming LEDs with less than 60-watt energy
consumption during normal operation, integrated Power Indicator menu that
monitors energy use, and an Energy Saving mode that adjusts the backlight to a
lower level while maintaining an optimal picture.
The line also
includes DLNA connectivity through the Ethernet port or wirelessly via an
optional wireless dongle. A USB
2.0 port connects to personal media devices such as USB
drives, camcorders and cameras.
series includes the 32-, 37-, 40-, 46-, 55- and 60-inch screen sizes, all with
Internet access capability, including access to Samsung's HDTV apps store.
Shipping in the
first half, the series features CCFL backlighting, 1080p resolution, ToC design
styling similar to the former U-line look, 1.7-inch narrow bezel, Ultra Clear
III panel, four HDMI inputs and two USB
series also offers CCFL backlighting, advanced connectivity and Internet
access, and includes the 32-, 37-, 40-, 46- and 52-inch screen sizes. All
feature 1080p resolution, wireless DLNA, USB
2.0 inputs with movie support, a ToC design style, Samsung's Clear Panel
technology and Wide Color Enhancer Pro,
In plasma, Samsung
has focused on energy efficiency, and has reduced the power consumption by 40
percent over last year's models.
Samsung's 2010 plasma TV lineup will be the PNXXC7000 series of 1080p models in
the 50-, 58- and 63-inch screen sizes with ultra-slim 1.4-inch panel depths.
All will feature built-in 3D processing, meet Energy Star 4.0 power consumption
guidelines and offer Internet@TV IPTV connectivity.
The series uses
Samsung's 2010 PDP E-panel design innovations that improve upon the TV's off-angle
focus and detail, deliver deeper contrast and further reduce screen glare.
plasma series also includes the 50-, 58- and 63-inch screen sizes and features
1080p resolution, ToC design styling reduced cabinet depth, Samsung's 2010
E-panel with a new single-layer filter design, DLNA connectivity, USB 2.0 movie port and Energy Star 4.0 compliance.
<strong>CES 2010</strong> LAS VEGAS - Samsung will continue the strong push it put behind its LED-illuminated LCD TV series by showing its most extensive array of LED TVs to date, including models that incorporate 3D technology, advances in picture quality and even thinner set designs.