Samsung announces 2013 AV range, pricing Video
Samsung announces 2013 AV range, pricing Video Transcript
Hi. I'm Ty Pendlebury from cnet.com. I'm here at the launch of the 2013 Samsung AV Range. Star-studded launch which includes celebrities such as Eli Manning and Flo Rida. We're here at the Museum of American Finance in front of the UHDS9. Pricing is being announced for this today, $40,000 and you can get your pre-orders now for March 2013. The second thing that was announced today was pricing for the Smart Evolution Kit. This is $299 and enables your 2012 TV to upgrade to 2013 functionality and includes one of the new smart remotes. So I'm Ty Pendlebury. For more on what's been announced [unk] launch, check out cnet.com.
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