Samsung Showcases Latest Products at IFA 2007

Sep 02, 2009

Berlin, Germany - August 30, 2007 - Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., a global leader in consumer electronics and digital technology, unveils its innovative products based on digital technology and imaginative ideas at IFA 2007. The new range of products is designed to inspire experiences for a New Home and Mobile Life. Products showcasing the New Home Life range include the 70" LED LCD TV, the Duo Player, the first BD Home theatre system and the smallest colour laser printer. Products which highlight the New Mobile Life range include the 3" compact video player and compact HD camcorders. Focusing on customers who want to create their own lifestyle, Samsung is displaying its design driven products together with leading furniture companies such as Fritz Hansen of Denmark. The Samsung style zone offers differentiated lifestyle concepts ranging from Minimal Luxury, Retro Modern to Cultural Mix style. Dr. Jong Woo Park, President of Samsung’s Digital Media Business said “Our innovative products reinforce Samsung’s technology and design leadership in the CE industry. Samsung will continue to launch innovative products bringing to consumers not only new lifestyles but also the best technology.” At IFA 2007, visitors will be able to see and experience a broad portfolio of products for New Home Life and New Mobile Life. Highlights include: •The new F9 series TVs (52", 70") with new LED Smart lighting technology, known as “local dimming”, delivering more vivid colours and ultra-sharp images. •Samsung’s New Full HD TV F8 line with 100Hz MotionPLUS technology which eliminates blurring in fast moving pictures. The new lineup comes in elegantly styled glossy black bezel that boast soft, understated lines touched off by Samsung’s signature crystal clear glass trim, icy-blue lighting, and the uniquely sophisticated side switches. •The BD-UP5000, Samsung’s first dual-format High-Definition (HD) optical disc player, supports both Blu-ray and HD-DVD formats as well as their interactive technologies, BD-Java and HDi. Consumers can now enjoy additional studio content such as trailers, director’s comments, more elaborate interactive menus and behind the scene footage in any format. •The HT-BD2, home theatre solution with Blu-ray, offers full compatibility with 24 movie frames per second playback and 1,100 Watts of total output power to keep movie and audio fans satisfied with a sleek and sophisticated component system. •The VP-HMX10C delivers the highest level of HDTV picture quality with a 2.7" high resolution touch panel LCD screen and easy-to-use functions. •Only 9.9 mm slim, the high-tech mp3 player YP-P2 showcases a high resolution 3" widescreen with Bluetooth 2.0 support. •A monitor embedded with simple networking modules, the SyncMaster 220TN enables users to go online and make video calls when connected to LAN cable even without a PC. •A slim, sleek and silent mono laser multifunction printer, the SCX-4500, exudes a sense of luxury while displaying a sense of sensibility. Widely recognized for its excellence in digital technology, Samsung products were honored with 4 EISA awards: LCD TV (LE40R81B/86BD), HT system (HT-TXQ120), Design Camera (i70) and Mobile Phone (SGH-U700). All of Samsung’s EISA award winning products will be on display in the Samsung booth (Hall 20). Please visit Samsung Electronics’ stand in Hall 20. More information on Samsung at IFA 2007 is available at About Samsung Electronics Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. is a global leader in semiconductor, telecommunication, digital media and digital convergence technologies with 2006 parent company sales of US$63.4 billion and net income of US$8.5 billion. Employing approximately 138,000 people in 124 offices in 56 countries, the company consists of five main business units: Digital Media Business, LCD Business, Semiconductor Business, Telecommunication Network Business and Digital Appliance Business. Recognized as one of the fastest growing global brands, Samsung Electronics is a leading producer of digital TVs, memory chips, mobile phones and TFT-LCDs.