IFA 2010: 65 inch 3D TV is Samsung's show-stopper

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Samsung C800.jpgThough the focus of Samsung’s IFA 2010 press conference may have fell largely on their Galaxy Tab slate device (as did their advertising campaigns – building sized Galaxy Tab adverts are dotted liberally around Berlin at the moment), perhaps the real star of the show was their LED C8000 3D TV screen.

At 65 inches in size it’s a mammoth set, and sits proudly as the world’s largest 3D LED TV.

As well as that lofty title, the C800 also boasts Wi-Fi connectivity, precision dimming technology for deeper black levels, web-connected TV apps and 800 CMR motion clarity processing, though we’re not too sure wether or not that last spec is a bit of marketing fluff.

According to Samsung, it “provides superior picture quality with Samsung’s proprietary 3D processor”. With a price tag to match its size (5995 Euros), you’d be hoping for “superior” too.

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Gerald Lynch
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