Samsung is known for its love of experimentation and pushing the envelope when it comes to producing the best in the industry. Sleek and fancy home theater systems are what they generally offer, and they stay on the cutting edge with their products. Whether its with their high-end or midrange products, they provide trendy models that include things like Touch of Color designs that make a display stand out. They have added things like gradient color across the bottom, with red as their first color, and in response to customer feedback, charcoal and gray. They've also introduced a brushed titanium as well as asymmetrical design to one of their Samsung models highlighting their imaginative, different thinking and commitment to producing cutting-edge designs that the public adores.
Samsung's most advanced displays as of early 2011 are the 3D LED displays. These displays are extremely slim and have an Ultra Clear Panel to keep the colors natural. These high-end models also feature Precision Dimming Technology to yield much deeper blacks without the "halo" effect. They also have 240 Hz Clear Motion Rate for very smooth visuals while the midrange models have the 120 Hz which is still decent for watching sports. Samsung categorizes its displays by "Series" to make it easier for customers to choose how advanced they want their displays to be. Entry-level models still get some nice features like the Wide Color Enhancer Plus for providing added detail to images. What is really good is that all 2010 and 2011 models exceed the Energy Star 4.0 standards so they are environmental friendly and reduce power consumption.
Samsung Special Features
Most of the recent models come with a Game Mode which works towards improved quality with games especially in areas that are dark. They also have a USB port on some models and can use the ConnectShare Movie feature which allows you to playback videos, pictures and music from a flash drive. On the higher-end models there is a feature called Samsung Smart TV which allows special Samsung applications to go to various web services via the Internet and an Ethernet connection, and some models even allow you to connect and talk with Skype.
Samsung produces a number of impressive models that only continue to improve, taking on the fierce competition to produce a television that is both trendy and top quality.
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