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Samsung F8000 series TVs with quad-core processor for fast web browsing announced


Samsung America on Wednesday announced a new Smart TV experience that simplifies how consumers search for and discover their preferred content, while raising the bar in picture quality. Its highly anticipated line of 2013 TVs will begin shipping this month in the U.S.,beginning with the LED 8000-series and the Plasma 8500-series. The Brightest LED Line with the Highest Contrasts -the F8000 series TV boasts a stunning design that complements any room in the home. It offers the most vibrant and richest colors with the highest contrasts and the brightest picture quality of any Samsung LED TV to date.

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Samsung’s proprietary Micro Dimming Ultimate technology provides greater contracts, deeper black levels and maximum brightness – along with the full suite of Samsung Smart features. Consumers will enjoy the speed at which they can browse the web or download and access apps, thanks to the TV’s quad-core processor, a first in the industry. The F8000 will be available this year in size classes ranging from 46” to 75” at varying price points.
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Samsung’s F8500 Plasma TV, 2013 flagship plasma model offers deeper blacks and brighter picture quality than previously seen on plasma TVs. The F8500 delivers the same brightness and eight times the black levels as standard LED TVs, thanks to Samsung’s proprietary Deep Black Algorithm and Real Black Pro II. The F8500 is also one of the first televisions with native support for HEVC-encoded content, which delivers the richest, most immersive content. With Samsung’s One Body Form design, the F8500 is created from a single piece of metal while highlighted with a dark titan metal color for a futuristic design. The F8000 will be available this year in several size classes ranging from 51” to 64” at varying price points.
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