A look at Samsung's H8000 curved 1080p television Video
A look at Samsung's H8000 curved 1080p television Video Transcript
David Katzmaier from CNET. I'm in Samsung's booth at CES 2014, standing in front of a curved television. Now a lot of the curved television Samsung is selling this year are Ultra High Definition 4K resolution. This one is not. This is a 1080p resolution TV. It's actually Samsung's flagship 1080p for 2014. Aside from the resolution, this TV does include Samsung's best picture enhancer for 2014 including a local beaming from its adulate backlight. The TV doesn't include a camera and a lot of the other high end [unk] included on the 9000 UHD curved series. One missing feature is the 4-way split screen found on the UHD version of this television. This TV can be split in only 2 halves, but you know what? You can probably keep track of only 2 things at the same time. It does include the company's new touchpad remote. And new for 2014's Samsung's curved TV's [unk] should be wall-mounted. So it does come with a wall-mount kit so you can stick it on the wall and it probably looks pretty cool with the curved TV on the wall. That's a look at Samsung's H8000 1080p television, its best for 2014. I'm David Katzmaier.
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