Samsung has unveiled two brand new lines of LCD HDTVs, the Series 6 650 and Series 7 750. According to the company's statement, the main point of attraction offered by the new Series 6 650 and Series 7 750 is Samsung's ToC (Touch of Color) design, which features a hint of red color naturally blended into a semi-transparent piano black bezel, allowing the HDTV to harmonize with any décor.
However, the devices provide a lot more than a nice exterior. Thus, the Series 6 and 7 LCD HDTVs deliver a superior 1080p picture with up to a 50,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, featuring crisp detail and vibrant colors supported by Samsung's Auto Motion Plus 120Hz and Ultra Clear Panel technologies.
Beyond improving picture quality, the Series 6 and Series 7 LCD HDTVs also offers users Samsung's InfoLink RSS service powered by USA Today, as well as access to the user’s digital media via USB 2.0 with WiseLink.
It's also interesting to mention that users are given quite a wide range of purchase choices. Thus, the Series 6 Full HD LCD TVs are supposed to already be available in the following sizes: 19.0-inches, 22.0-inches, 31.5-inches, 39.9-inches, 45.9-inches and 52.2-inches, with the price tags ranging from around 500 US dollars up to 3,200 US dollars. On the other hand, the 39.9-inch, 45.9-inch and 52.0-inch models from the 7 series will hit the shelves at some point in May 2008, their prices ranging between $2,600 and 3,500.
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