Samsung releases the D9500 3D 75-Inch LED TV

May 09, 2011 by weblog

(PhysOrg.com) -- Samsung has officially announced the creation of the D9500 TV today. This very large screen TV, which comes it with 75 inches of screen, is not only bound to take up most of your wall space, but is able to give viewers one big 3D display.

Unlike some new 3D displays, found on screens as small as the Nintendo 3DS and as large as smaller flat screen TV's, this massive screen does require the use of a pair of active shutter 3D glasses if you want to be able to view the screen in 3D.

The screen can give a solid level of , even if you do not have the on, the screen has a resolution of , which is high definition. When you pair this with a 240-Hz refresh rate, it is easy to see how the picture will still be good when it is not in 3D mode.

The Samsung D9500 is a smart TV, which means that it has built-in Wi-Fi, that allows users to browse the web, have a really big chat in or play a super sized game of Farmville. Using the web does not require a keyboard, because that is built into the remote. The Samsung D9500 comes with a flip remote that has a full QWERTY touchscreen keyboard.

This jumbo-sized screen is going to be sold in Korea in the beginning, and its cost will keep away people who do not truly love their media. The D9500 is expected to retail for roughly $17,600.

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More information: In Korean: www.newswire.co.kr/newsRead.php?no=543668

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Does it come with the pretty lady?

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