Released February, 2010
The Pros:Comes with Samsung applications designed for use on a tv with an internet connection. Full 1080p HDTV Plasma. 600 Hz frame rate/10 subfields per second.
The PN50C7000 is a 50" widescreen Series 7 Plasma tv from Samsung with full 1080p HDTV and web-connected Samsung apps. With a WiFi or wired internet conection, these programs allow you to stream video, play games, view photos and more from sites such as Blockbuster, YouTube, Netflix, Facebook, Twitter, EA games etc.
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Internet@TV is also featured, which communicates with your PC and lets you surf the web and take phone calls all on the tv screen. 3D technology provides an enhanced viewing experience, combined with Real Black Filter for onscreen glare reduction and a Clear Image Panel reflection-reducing coating. Smooth motion is also enhanced by the inclusion of 10 subfields in each frame, resulting in a 600 Hz frame rate. This effectively eliminates jitter and picture distortion during intense or rapid motion picture sequences. Released in February 2010 with the UN55C6300, this model also has built-in HDTV off-air and Clear QAM digital cable tuners for receiving regular and high definition channels, and as well features Allshare, which lets you send music, video and photos from a PC or mobile device wirelessly to the tv.
- Screen Size: 49.9"
- Resolution: 1080p
- Dynamic Contrast Ratio: Mega Dynamic
- Response Time: 0.001 ms
- Allshare wireless connectivity
- SRS TruSurround HD sound effects
- Speaker Type: 10W X 2 Stereo
- Ultra-Slim 1.2" Design
- 802.11 wireless adapter optional
- Tuners: HDTV off-air and Clear QAM Digital Cable Tuner
- Internet@TV, Anynet, DLNA, Touch of Color, Game Mode, Picture in Picture
- Subfield Motion Technology 600 Hz for fast motion picture clarity
- Full HDTV Resolution
- 4 HDMI inputs(3 rear, 1 side), 1 USB 2.0 input, 1 USB 2.0 output, 2 Component and 1 Composite inputs, headphone output
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Comes with Samsung applications designed for use on a tv with an internet connection
600 Hz frame rate/10 subfields per second
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