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>> Brian Tong here at CES 2010. And behind me we have the Samsung C9000 series. This guy back here is a 55-inch edge-lit LED display. You see the kind of brushed metal bevel around it. It's gonna have a 240 hertz refresh rate. And this is also a connected TV, so it has Internet capability. It has WIFI and Ethernet, so you'll be able to take advantage of their Internet@TV services. This includes a variety of streaming services, like Vudu, and Netflix, and Pandora. And also they're doing something, kind of taking a page from Apple where they're building their own app store that you can access from the TV that will include free apps, paid apps, and subscription based apps. The 9000 series will be available sometime in the first half of 2010. There is no pricing available yet, but there's a great display from Samsung at CES 2010.
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