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Samsung 2011 plasma
Samsung’s 2011 D8000 & D7000 plasmas in stores

13 Apr 2011 | Rasmus Larsen |

Samsung unveiled their new 2011 plasma TVs at CES 2011 in Las Vegas and the new plasma ranges D8000, D7000 and D6500 are now available in stores in the US. The EU launch is also very close.

Samsung’s 2011 plasma TVs in stores

Samsung has moved to 51-inches, 59-inches and 64-inches in 2011 and these new slightly larger plasma TVs are now available in stores.

Samsung D8000 plasma
Samsung D8000 plasma

D8000 is the flagship model with slim aluminum design, slimmer bezel, improved picture quality, 3D and Samsung’s Smart TV interface.

Samsung D7000 plasma
Samsung D7000 plasma

D7000 and D6500 are step down models; still with Smart TV features and 3D.

D8000 is available now:
  • 51” 51D8000
  • 59” 59D8000

    D7000 and D6500 are also shipping:
  • 51” 51D7000
  • 59” 59D7000
  • 51” 51D6500

    FlatpanelsHD hopes to receive Samsung’s new 2011 plasma TVs for testing soon. At the moment we have the D8000 LED model.

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