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Posted by on Jul 11, 2013 in Hardware |

Samsung announces pricing of its 4K TVs “economic”

left a good impression with your S9 in the past CES , a monster of 85 inches and whose price lives up to its size: USD $ 40,000 definitely does not put up for grabs. Perhaps thinking of this detail, the South Korean firm announced pricing for its smaller 4K TVs.

The F9000 Series displays come first to the United States in a variety of 55 and 65 inches, and will cost USD $ 5,499 and USD $ 7,499 respectively. Samsung will begin accepting orders from next July 21 and is expected to begin turning their happy owners in August.

Since currently the 4K content offering is not as high (sure who buy them want to take advantage of the extra pixels), televisions F9000 shall employ a process called Quadmatic Picture Engine, it will take a high-definition, or even standard resolution, and apply high quality upscaling, everything is to fill the 3,840 x 2,160 pixels available. It also includes a sound system of two speakers that gives up to 70 watts of power.

If not enough space in their classrooms for the S9 to 85 inches, maybe these smaller versions and “economic” are a good option for the future.

Link: Samsung to ship smaller 4K TVs (CNET)

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