: Samsung Plasma: Series 7 - PN50A750T, PN58A750T and PN63A750T

2008-01-07, 12:21 PM
Samsung has introduced three series of plasma's at CES. Series 4, Series 5 and Series 7 (gee how original)

The 4 and 5 series will be entry-level units available in April 2008 while the Series 7 will be higher end and available late in 2008.

“With the Series 7 plasma, Samsung brings together superior picture quality and gorgeous design to realize the best HDTV for any living room environment” said Jonas Tanenbaum, vice president of Flat Panel Marketing at Samsung Electronics America. “We’re integrating Ultra FilterBright™ anti-glare technology – which generates a rich, clear, and colorful picture even in bright rooms.”

The Series 7 plasma HDTV owes its stellar picture quality to a new software algorithm, which reduces false image contours and enhances moving picture quality. Recognizing that more and more consumers use their HDTV sets as the cornerstone of their home multimedia entertainment centers, the Series 7 enhances its connectivity to provide a new multimedia experience. Consumers can now input, access, and manage more HD devices than ever directly through four HDMI 1.3 inputs. Using the side-mounted USB 2.0 port, consumers can play music and photo files for enjoyment through the HDTV. Access to RSS feeds provides users the most recent news, stock price and weather information

Just as important as its digital technology is the Series 7’s elegant new TOC design (Touch Of Color) which makes it as decorative as it is practical. Inspired by modern looks from the automotive and fashion industries, Samsung’s new molding technology creates a clean, smooth finish that is infused with a hint of color during the manufacturing process.

The Series 7 Plasma HDTV will be available in late 2008 in the following sizes: 50-inches, 58-inches and 63-inches. (Model numbers PN50A750T, PN58A750T and PN63A750T).

2008-01-18, 12:34 AM
Correction: The serie 7 will be out in April 2008 too.

The new look really rock and base on specs and design Samsung should be #1 in Plasma this year.

For more specs and release date go here