Samsung PN58A750T Video
Samsung PN58A750T Video Transcript
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>> Hey guys I'm Brian Tong from CNET and here we are at CES 2008. You can see behind me this crazy array of Samsung's new Series 7 Plasma TV's. For the model number we've got the PN58A750T. You got all that? Okay great. Now they come in three sizes 50-inch, 58-inch and 63-inch. They're gonna come with a contrast ratio of 30,000 to 1; right now 1080 pixel; obviously these high-def displays will look great. Now you'll notice lately it's a sea of light that's all we see so what Samsung did is they added a design feature called Touch of Color, and what they've done is they've infused the display with the color and you can really see it accented on the border. This is their amber display so that's kind of nice. I love color; it looks really hot. Another feature they have is called infolink and what that allows you to do is with their Ethernet port it feeds you RSS feeds such as news, weather and stocks. It's all built in; you don't have to pay anything for that. You can expect to see these displays in May of 2008 so we'll keep our eyes open for that. Once again it's the Samsung Series 7 Plasma TV's. They look hot. ^M00:01:05 [ Music ] ^M00:01:08
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