Ankit VengurlekarMar 25, 2010 13:23:06 IST
Reports just in from Delhi that Samsung has launched 10 models of 3D Televisions in India.
Samsung will also be the first company to manufacture the 3D TVs in India at its Chennai and Noida factories.
Stay tuned while we update this story as more details emerge from Delhi.
Update: Samsung 3D TVs automatically convert all 2D video to 3D, also launching 3D Blu-ray players.
Update: Monster vs Aliens 3D DVD to be bundled with all Samsung 3D TVs, 2 active shutter 3D glasses also bundled with TVs, TVs to be available next week.
Update: Samsung App Store for Internet-enabled TVs will be available soon.
Update: Price range for Samsung 3D TVs - RS. 1,29,000 to Rs. 4,35,000 for 40 - 65 inches in LED, LCD and Plasma versions.
Samsung has announced the launch of India’s first and largest range of 3D televisions across the LED, LCD and Plasma platforms. The entire line up of Samsung Full HD 3D televisions – LED 7000/8000 Series, LCD 750 Series and Plasma+ 7000 Series will be available in the Indian market starting this week. Samsung has already commenced manufacturing 3D LED TVs at its Noida facility earlier this week.
Announcing the launch of Samsung 3D televisions in India, Jung Soo Shin, President & CEO, Samsung South West Asia, said, “As a global market leader in colour televisions, we remain committed to being the first in deploying new categories of entertainment like Full HD 3D TVs for consumers in India as in other parts of the world. With the launch of the new Full HD 3D lineup, we seek to provide consumers with a completely immersive and comfortable 3D home entertainment experience that has never been experienced by consumers anywhere.”
Samsung is also seeking to create the 3D eco system in the country by launching its 3D Blu ray player BD-C6900; Blu-ray integrated home theater system HT-C6950 and 3D active glasses. With a comprehensive 2010 lineup of 3D TV offerings beyond LED TVs, LCD TVs, Plasmas TVs, Blu-ray players and proprietary 3D glasses - Samsung is delivering on its vision to create a total 3D solution for home entertainment.
Samsung Full HD 3D TVs eliminates one of the barriers of 3D adoption – lack of content – by rendering 2D content into 3D with the push of a button. Based on its strategic alliance with DreamWorks Animation SKG, Inc globally, Samsung is providing for the first time, feature-length 3D Blu-ray version of DreamWorks Animation’s 2009 release, Monsters vs. Aliens (exclusive to Samsung products) with every Samsung 3D television.
From the 3D LED TVs to Plasma+ TVs, in screen sizes ranging from 40” to 65”, consumers have unlimited choice of television models to fit their individual entertainment preferences and lifestyle. Samsung’s proprietary built in video processor along with 3D processor; 3D optimized panel and Frame rate conversion technology provide the best picture quality in 3D. Fluid motion and expanded natural colour are perfectly presented with the aid of Samsung 3D TVs’ Hyper Real Engine creating an immersive viewing experience for consumers.
For those who want to add the third dimension to their regular TV viewing, Samsung has included in its 3D processor, an auto-conversion technology that renders 2D content into 3D in real time – an industry first. Thus, consumers can add a level of depth and clarity to a live football game, making them believe they are part of the action by watching in the 3D Mode.
With built-in Ethernet connection and wireless-ready capabilities, the 2010 Samsung 3D TV lineup is ready to meet the growing consumer demand for “content without borders.” The upgraded Internet@TV feature now includes Samsung Apps providing consumers with an expanded, easy to navigate selection of content and applications from leading services like The Associated Press, Blockbuster, Fashion TV, Netflix and YouTube amongst others. Applications can be downloaded and viewed all while watching TV.
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