Samsung’s awesome 75in ES9000 Smart TV comes with Angry Birds

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Posted July 22, 2012 by Stuff Staff in News

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Samsung‘s ES9000 has taken the gorgeous app-filled 3D ES8000 – our current No.1 TV  – and super-sized it to a 75in display with a teeny 0.31in rose-gold coloured bezel.

Like the ES8000, the new flagship TV comes with a built-in camera for gesture controls and video calls plus web browsing and family-friendly apps. The ES9000 packs dual-core innards for speedy downloads and navigation plus with Samsung‘s Smart Evolution kit you’ll be able to upgrade the insides in a year or two without replacing the whole set-up.

The ES9000′s picture quality should also match its predecessor – if not better it, since according to Samsung the 9000 has the highest contrast ratio for a Samsung Smart TV ever. If you fancy a 3D movie, it also comes with four pair of Samsung’s comfy 3D specs thrown in.

A free Angry Birds app was shown off in New York alongside the new TV – it uses the ES9000′s camera to let you play the game using Kinect-style gestures, and will be available on LED models from the 7500 and upwards.

The ES9000 is hitting the States in August for a not inexpensive US$10,000 but there are no details on a UAE launch just yet. Fingers and toes crossed


[via stuff.tv]


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