Samsung Luxia 8000 Series Video
Samsung Luxia 8000 Series Video Transcript
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>> What's up guys, Brian Tong here at CES 2009 with the First Look at the Samsung Series 8 LED TVs. So these are LED backlit displays. They're gonna come in 46 and 50-inch sizes. It's ultra slim, so it's about an inch thick, but there's two other really cool features. One of them is their technology called Auto Motion Plus. This has a 240-Hertz refresh rate, so the images look really crisp and clean when there's a lot of movement. Another feature is the Widget bar, so when your TV is connected to your home network, you can get an access to things like your Flickr content and other partners that they're working on. Now there is no pricing on these sets, yet, but they'll be available sometime in the first half of 2009. For CNET.com at CES 2009, I'm Brian Tong with the First Look at the Samsung 8 Series LED TV. ^M00:00:47 [ Music ]
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