Via their annual AV Roadshow, Samsung Electronics Philippines Corporation today 29 April 2010, launched their 2010 Samsung product line-up in the Philippines at the SMX Convention Center in SM Mall of Asia. [firstpara]
A team of executives led a gadget showcase and unveiled its breakthrough line up of Full HD 3D Solutions that will be available to the market soon. New releases in digital imaging, audio-visual technology, and the most-wanted HDTV’s are now at hand.
Here is a quick look at some of the highlights from the Roadshow.
Samsung Full HD 3D Televisions
Samsung’s immense 3D offerings include a line-up of 3D TV and Audio-Visual products and propriety 3D glasses made by Samsung and strong content partnerships.
TV models like the Samsung LED C7000 and Samsung BD-C6900 will be rolled out this month, while LED C9000, LED C8000, LCD C750 and HT-C6950W are now up and officially released!
Even with a non-3D DVD, you can watch movies and play games in 3D, thansk to Samsung’s 3D processor that includes an auto-conversion technology, rendering 2D content into 3D in real time.
Non-believers can re-watch Titanic to see the difference in full detail. But DVD titles with 3D capabilities like Avatar and the upcoming Gran Turismo 3D will compliment the dimensional effect perfectly. Watch out for our review on the newly released Samsung Full HD 3D LED TV series in our Gadgets Section soon.
All newly released 3D models will feature built-in Ethernet connection, wireless-ready capabilities, and Internet@TV, which provides access to the world’s first HDTV-based application store Samsung Apps.
That means big time providers owning the sites Facebook and Twitter, Google’s Picasa web album, online gaming service Playjam, and even the History Channel is accessible right in the comfort of your living room. Want to watch Youtube while lying in your couch all day? It’s really happening.
Samsung NX10 Camera
Another highlight of the Annual AV Roadshow is the release of the ultimate everyday camera: the Samsung NX10.
The Samsung NX10 integrates an APS-C size CMOS sensor with mirror-less interchangeable lens. That means the camera looks and almost works like a DLSR but embedding the images inside the compact frame of your everyday digital camera.
Think of it as the ultimate DLSR gadget for novice users, as it auto-adjusts everything for you, from lighting to auto-focus.
The Samsung NX10 is available in different interchangeable lenses: the Tele Zoom Lens (50-200 mm OIS), Standard Zoom Lens (18-55 OIS), and the Fixed Focus Lens (30mm).
New Blue-Ray Players
Samsung’s new Blue-Ray releases are now in Full HD 3D, has wireless LAN built-in, and an ultra fast play at 15/15 seconds per loading/booting time.
Samsung’s new BD-C&500 and BD-C6900 Blu-ray players also support the Internet@TV feature, providing access to online content with built-in Wi-Fi and Ethernet support. Add to that high glossy design and the pretty transparent cover.
The Samsung BD-C6900 by the way is the world’s slimmest Blue-ray player at 1.1 inches. Sweet!
For more info on Samsung Philippine’s impressive 2010 product line-up, visit www.samsung.ph.
WORDS BY MIKEY AGULTO