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Samsung readies Bluetooth-savvy plasma TV

updated 12:50 pm EDT, Wed April 25, 2007

Samsung Bluetooth Plasma

Samsungon Wednesday put a new spin on its TVs through the 50P91FHD, part of its new Cannes line of plasmas. While brandishing all the features inherent to the company's latest screens, including a 1080p native resolution and a 15,000:1 contrast ratio, the P91 also incorporates a Bluetooth receiver for listening privately over wireless headphones or printing still images. The 50-inch set is also rare through its inclusion of ACAP, a newer worldwide standard for shuttling information to and from TVs during shows.

Readiness for digital media is evident in three HDMI inputs, dual component inputs, and a USB 2.0 port for flash and hard drives loaded with images. Samsung's most recent set should be available now in Korea for $4,635 and is anticipated in a largely similar North American form sometime later this year. [via AVING]



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