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Samsung D9500 75-Inch 3D HDTV Announced: Can a TV Be Too Big?

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The trend in HDTVs is that they are getting bigger and bigger. That makes me wonder how big is too big? Honestly, until I have a TV that’s the size of my wall, there’s still room to grow. However, therein lies the problem. How can such big HDTVs be maneuvered into place without needing special equipment?

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It’s safe to say that Samsung’s D9500 3D 75-inch HDTV will be snatched up by people who want the biggest flat screen on the block. This recently announced TV [KOR] comes with LED backlighting and its panel offers 1080p resolution and a 240-Hz refresh rate. The TV has Smart TV, which is a feature that includes built-in WiFi, so users can Skype, play games, and access the web. Of course, users will need to wear 3D glasses to get the 3D experience.

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This July, Samsung will release this monster in Korea for approximately $17,600 (USD), which is likely because it’s the first TV of it’s size and the panels aren’t mass-producible yet. Personally, I’d rather have Sharp’s 70-inch Aquos for about $2,800.

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[via Akihabara News via CrunchGear]



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