Samsung launches SlimFit TV

MUMBAI: Samsung has launched its incredibly slim 32 inches SlimFit TV in the Indian market, which is approximately 200 mm slimmer than conventional CRT based televisions and represents a design innovation in conventional CRT based televisions.

The Samsung 32" Slim Fit TV is priced at Rs 69,000.


The new SlimFit TV is reduced in thickness by one third of that of conventional 32 inches CRT based TVs, creating a new standard of slimness. It boasts of HD-class 1080 vertical resolution, making it the ideal TV for HD broadcasting. Its 800 per cent brightness, 5000:1 contrast ratio, 180 degree viewing angle and nano pigment coating on the screen ensure pictures that are brighter, more colourful and closer to reality.

Nano pigment technology, patented by Samsung, forms a fluorescent membrane that combines fluorescent substance with pigments that are as small as one 100,000th of a human hair. This technology enhances both brightness and contrast at the same time, creating supreme quality images on the new SlimFit.



The SlimFit TV development is the result of R&D efforts of specialists from Samsung Companies - Samsung Electronics, Samsung Electro-mechanics, Samsung SDI and Samsung Corning.



This team led the development of a simultaneous mass production system that covered components to complete TV sets, and created tens of thousands of prototypes for testing and reviewing. All of these efforts resulted in this year's worldwide release of this CRT based breakthrough product.

Equipped with Samsung's patented DNIe technology and Virtual Dolby Surround Sound and Turbo Sound, the Slim Fit TV redefines the viewing experience in conventional TVs.

Samsung India deputy MD R Zutshi says, "We plan to introduce the SlimFit TV in the 29 inches screen size segment as well."

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