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Samsung Announces 3D LED TV Lineup and Starter Kit, Partnership With DreamWorks, and App Store

Samsung Announces 3D TVs, Starter Kits, and App Store

It was a big morning for Samsung — not only did it announce that its first HD 3D TVs will hit shelves this month, but it will also be rolling out 3D-ready Blu-Ray players, will be launching an app store for your home theater, and is partnering with DreamWorks to bring you some extra movie-watching goodies.

First up are the TVs. Samsung's lineup of HD 3D LED TVs will go on sale this month, starting with a few 46 inch and 55 inch screens, while the remaining LED and plasmas will roll out over the next several months alongside its Blu-Ray players. All of Samsung's new 3D TVs will come stocked with Real240Hz refresh rates for the clearest picture without blur and drag. Additionally, if you purchase a new 3D TV and Blu-Ray player, you'll get a starter kit that includes two pairs of Samsung 3D glasses (sold Samsung Apps store, which will be available on Internet-enabled home theaters. Like the app stores you find on your smartphone, the Samsung Apps store will give you access to content from AP, Netflix, Pandora, Twitter, USA Today, and Vudu, with more apps to roll out over this year. Now you can browse your movie queue, listen to Internet radio, read the news, play games, and tweet about what's going on, right from your living room.

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hokiepokie hokiepokie 5 years
Great idea to launch a super expensive TV that requires the use of glasses that cost $150 a pair during a recession. Who has $150 to throw away on a pair of glasses you can only use to watch TV? And what if you want to have friends over?
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