Samsung, always eager to offer top-of-the-line 3D TVs, is teasing us all by revealing scant details about their massive new LCD smart TV. Designed to maximize quality and emphasize its rarity, Samsung even drew back the curtain aboard the U.S.S. Intrepid aircraft carrier, during the SpaceFest event. Read the article below for more details on the 3D TV’s capabilities.
Samsung 75-inch ES9000 smart TV makes stateside debut: on sale in August for $9,999
by Sarah Silbert
The mammoth 75-inch ES9000 LED smart TV that Samsung recently unveiled for the Korean market is making its way stateside. Today the 3D-capable, LED-backlit set was on display in New York as part of the Sammy-sponsored SpaceFest marking the Space Shuttle Enterprise’s arrival at the Intrepid. How smart TVs relate to Space Shuttle orbiters is beyond us, but the ES9000′s US debut is welcome news for those with a massive living room to fill, and were disappointed after the ES8000 75-incher shown at CES and even given a price tag earlier this year failed to materialize.
Detailed specs are currently MIA, but as we noted before in our hands-on, the 75-incher’s bezel measures just 0.31 inches, and the frame sports a rose-gold finish. There’s also a built-in web camera that retracts when not in use, and the TV comes with four pairs of 3D glasses. Being a smart TV, this guy also includes the full suite of Smart TV features, such as Smart Interaction for enabling gesture and voice controls and Smart Content for sharing media across several devices. Samsung also used today’s occasion to introduce a new Angry Birds app for its smart TVs, which lets users play the game entirely with gesture controls. The app will be available for a free download later this month, and the ES9000 will go on sale in August for a super-sized price of $9.999. Check out the PR below for more info.
Article Courtesy of engadget.com
This machine is packed with features! This is a 3D TV designed for people who want only the best in every facet of their viewing experience. Of course, they’ll want the best 3D Glasses to get the most out of it all, too. Without any technical details about the TV available yet, it’s impossible to know what sync method it’s going to use (IR or Bluetooth), so the best course of action to tick all three of those boxes would be high quality, universally syncing 3D Glasses, right?