Wireless Plasma TV from Samsung

Samsung's latest 94 Series plasma

Samsung released a new plasma series with a built-in 802.11n module. Thanks to that module a TV can communicate with a hidden receiver located up to 60 meters away from it. The receiver allows to transmit the audio and video signals up to 1080i HD resolution. It also includes three HDMI 1.3 ports with CEC technology for easy home theater expansion. Over-the-air HDTV channels can be viewed with the built-in NTSC/ATSC/QAM digital tuner.

The wireless plasmas will be available in 50-inch and 58-inch varieties at the end of the year with price $3599 and $5299, respectively.

[via CrunchGear]

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    1. Mike, 17. November 2009, 12:42

      Wow, I didnt know href=”http://www.prcdirect.co.uk/samsung/manufacturergroup”>Samsung Plasma TV’s could even do this??

  • maltyful, 27. December 2009, 1:09

    Put “samsung tv clicking” into a google search and read how these tvs burn out and turn to TOAST.
    Read how thousands of samsung customers are told more or less by samsung customer service YOUR OUT OF LUCK SUCKER.
    Do the searches so YOU won’t be the next samsung sucker.

  • Lester Melzer, 4. June 2011, 12:47

    I agree with the previous comment. I used to sell Samsung TVs. The faulty returns rate was always higher than Sony or Panasonic. Also the performance was always inferior. You get what you pay for.

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