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Samsung 75-inch C9000
Samsung exhibits ultrathin 75-inch C9000 with 3D

By Rasmus Larsen (@flatpanels)
17 Jan 2011

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You have probably already seen Samsung’s ultra-thin 9 series (C9000) TV, but you have not seen it in 75 inches. At CES Samsung exhibited a 75-inch version of the C9000 – still extremely thin and with 3D.

75-inch Samsung 3DTV

Samsung’s C9000 range was introduced last year in up to 55 inches, with an extremely slim design.

 Samsung 75-tommer C9005
Samsung 75” C9005, Source:

In Las Vegas Samsung exhibited a 75-inch version with the same technology and design, only in a significantly larger size. This also makes it the world's largest Full HD 3DTV, according to Samsung.

 Samsung 75-tommer C9005
Samsung 75” C9005, Source:

To get a closer look see the video below.

Samsung has no official plans to introduce the 75-inch TV on the market at the moment. The C9000 range is currently available in up to 55-inches called 55C9000.

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