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Samsung E8000 plasma received
Samsung E8000 received

18 Jun 2012 | Rasmus Larsen |

FlatpanelsHD has received Samsung’s new high-end plasma TV, E8000. The TV comes with Samsung’s complete Smart TV suite, and is capable of reproducing both 2D and 3D.

Samsung E8000 received

Samsung has released a new range of plasma TVs and E8000 is the most advanced model. It features Smart TV, dual-core processor and voice/gesture controlling. The panel can reproduce 2D and 3D.
More about Samsung E8000 here.

Samsung E8000
Samsung E8000


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Samsung E8000 will be available in 51, 60 (only US) and 64 inches in the US and Europe. For US prices see Amazon US here and for EU prices see here.



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