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Samsung C9000 received
Samsung C9000 received

08 Feb 2011 | Rasmus Larsen |

FlatpanelsHD has received one of Samsung’s high-end LED models, C9000, with the extremely slim design. It comes with LED, Internet features and 3D. The review will be online soon.

Samsung C9000 received

C9000 is Samsung’s most expensive TV model and it comes with a 7.98 mm design, Internet features, Samsung’s multi-touch remote and 3D.
More about Samsung C9000 here.

Samsung C9000
Samsung C9000


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Do you have specific suggestions for our review or specific areas you want us to examine in our review of the TV please use the commentary feature at the bottom. Also, let us know if you want specific 3D subjects examined.

Samsung C9000 is available in 40, 46 and 55 inches called 40C9000, 46C9000 and 55C9000. For US prices see here and for UK prices see here.



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