Samsung LED TV now available

sasmung-7000 seriesWe now have prices and market availability for the new species of Flat-Panel TVs, LED HDTV Series 8000, 7000 and 6000.

The new portfolio of LED HDTVs use edge-mounted LEDs as their primary light source rather than traditional Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamps (CCFL). By using LEDs, the entire line is highlighted by superior contrast ratios and color detail, ultra-thin and wall-friendly depths and substantial decreases in energy consumption.

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Product Availability and Pricing

  • 8000 Series – (May) 46-inch class: $3,299.99 / 55-inch class: $3,999.99
  • 7000 Series – (April) 40-inch class: $2,499.99 / (March) 46-inch class: $2,999.99 / 55-inch class: $3,799.99
  • 6000 Series – (June) 32-inch class: $1,599.99 / (March) 40-inch class: $2,299.99 / 46-inch class: $2,799.99 / 55-inch class: $3,599.99

Visit LED TV for more information.

Source: Samsung

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