Samsung has finally launched its 55 inch curved OLED 3D TV in the US. Based on active 3D tech, the KN55S9C with 55 inch display is built around a quad core chip to allow for its smooth functioning. A unique aspect of the curved 3D TV is that it allows two users to view two different content simultaneously in full HD mode via two sets of active 3D glasses. The TV is also designed to respond to motion gestures while the remote too can respond to voice commands.
Other features of the TV include a pair of USB 2.0 ports as well as 4 HDMI out slots. There is also a 10 W speaker as well as 20 W woofer. Other salient features of the 3D TV include its Smart Hub interface while the built-in recommendation serves to suggest content based on the user’s viewing preference.
As for its pricing, Samsung had earlier announced a hefty price cut for the 3D TV which has brought the price down to $9000, down from the original $15,000. LG though is yet to respond to Samsung’s move and continues to offer its curved OLED TV for the original $15,000.