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2013 saw Samsung making major waves in the TV world with its curved OLED TV and stunning 85’’ S9 UHD TV. At the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show, the home entertainment landscape changed once again with the unveiling of a 105’’ curved UHD TV as well as shape-changing bendable screens. Read on and find out all about it.
Immersed in the curve
Samsung’s curved design isn’t just aesthetically pleasing. It actually makes viewing more immersive for everyone, whatever their viewpoint.
It also gives you double the contrast ratio of a conventional flat TV. Darker shades are truly darker and lighter shades are lighter, giving you a more vivid and dramatic picture.
3D without the glasses
Although most viewers these days are very familiar with 3D entertainment, Samsung’s newest UHD TV brings an innovation that’s sure to be a surprise. The new Auto Depth Enhancer feature adds a feeling of depth to the picture and means you can actually enjoy a 3D-like effect without needing to wear 3D glasses.
UHD TV that just gets better
The Samsung U8500 UHD TV is also Future Ready. It was announced that you can add an Evolution Kit to these new UHD TVs, so you can update your TV later on so it keeps up with the latest standards and newest technology. That means stunning viewing now and in the future.
It's not just sharper. Samsung's latest UHD TV is also smarter. The new Multi-Link feature means you can enjoy better multitasking than ever before, and it's all powered by Samsung's new Quad Core processor.
Samsung's new Smart Hub 2014 also brings further benefits. Its Games Panel means you can play the hottest games from the likes of Electronic Arts (EA) and Gameloft on a big screen. You can enjoy all the action without needing to plug in a games console.
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