Samsung Announces Worlds First Full HD 3D LED TV and You Get The Presents

March 16, in 3d

NEW YORK, Samsung Electronics have done it again and they really do deserve a pat on the back for product innovations. This time it’s a calculated step, into the 3D Home Entertainment Experience. With the official release of the world’s first-available ‘Full HD 3D LED TV’ and full lineup of 3D home entertainment products to consumers worldwide. Also, Samsung was pleased to announce the alliance with DreamWorks Animation SKG, Inc., which will benefit customers greatly.

Samsung’s exclusive promotional program, allows anyone who purchases a 2010 Samsung 3D TV and 3D Blu-ray Player or Home Theater System, will receive a 3D starter kit. It includes two pairs of Samsung 3D active glasses and a first time, feature-length 3D Blu-ray version of DreamWorks Animation’s 2009 release, Monsters vs. Aliens. Plus, during the second half of 2010, the most successful animated film franchise of all time – DreamWorks Animation’s Shrek film series – will be available in 3D Blu-ray for Samsung home solutions.

Delivering Full HD, with truly premium 3D lifelike depth and color clarity experience, for consumers in the privacy of their own homes. Samsung will launch the broadest line of 3D home entertainment products in 2010. It’s 3D TV lineup, includes the LED 7000/8000/9000 Series, LCD 750 Series and the Plasma 7000/8000 Series. Available this month are the 3D capable 46” and 55” LED C7000, with the remaining 3D TVs rolling out over the next several months.

When not in the 3D mode, you’re back to watching one of the best performing HDTVs, on the market with the push of a button. The LED TVs, come with Internet@TV connectivity, which includes the world’s first HDTV app store, Samsung Apps, allowing users to download and view applications on their TV screens.

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