Samsung today officially announced the release of the D9500, a 75- inches 3D LED TV.
The screen requires the use of a pair of active shutter 3D glasses. In 2D mode, the LED TV offers full HD resolution and features a 240-Hz refresh rate.
As part of Samsung's Smart TV series, the D9500 has built-in Wi-Fi, that allows users to browse the web. The TV also incorporate Samsung's proprietary 3D technology - 3D HyperReal Engine - which optimizes color, motion and contrast.
Samsung said it is planning to release a 3D video-on-demand (VOD) service starting from next month, allowing users to gain access to full high definition 3D versions of videos. While watching TV, using the search service, users can also find the necessary information on TV in real time.
The huge TV will also feature Samsung's new Smart Hub, which includes:
- Search All, which makes it easier to search for desired content on your TV and other DLNA-certified connected media storage devices, networked PC and mobile devices, and Internet and video-on-demand services.
- Your Video, which delivers recommendations based on a user's viewing history.
- Web Browser, which offers full web browsing right from your TV. - - Samsung Apps, the company's HDTV-based application store, which offers a range of paid and free apps.
This is going to be sold in Korea in the beginning, and it is expected to retail for 19,000,000 Won ($17,560).