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Thursday, 19 July 2007 11:44

New plasma TVs with wi-fi

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Samsung has released two new plasma TVs that are equipped with draft-n 802.11n Wi-fi so that consumers can stream video content wirelessly to their TV.

In a press release the company says that the integration of Wi-Fi can reduce the number of cables involved when setting up a  home entertainment system. The TV can receive audio and video content streams from devices such as Blu-ray or HD DVD players.  The downside is that wi-fi can't use the TV’s 1080p capability.

The company will be selling 50” and 58” versions of the TV.  They offer a 15,000:1 contrast ratio, three HDMI ports and a USB interface. They will go on sale for $3600 and $5300.

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