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Samsung reveals pricing on entire line of 2014 televisions
Thursday, March 20, 2014 @ 4:57pm

Samsung Electronics today announced the availability and pricing of its full 2014 Home Entertainment product lineup. The pricing reveal includes the U9000 Series of Curved Ultra High Definition (UHD) TVs, and its expansive portfolio of home audio products all announced previously at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.



Samsung's U9000 Curved UHD TV will be available starting in March in a 55-inch model for $4,000 and 65-inch for $5,000. A 78-inch model will also be released later this year for $8,000. The 55- and 65-inch screen sizes will be available this spring, though pricing is still to be determined. The Samsung U8550 UHD TV will be available from March in a 55-inch model for $3,000 and a 65-inch model for $4,000. The 50-inch ($2,500), 60-inch ($3,500) and 75-inch ($6,000) models will be released in May. This year, Samsung is introducing the curved form factor to its highly popular LED TV offerings with the H8000 Series. Additionally, Samsung is introducing the new H7150 series -- a real 240Hz Full HD LED TV to round out its 2014 TV lineup. Available this spring, the H8000 Series will come in a 55-inch model for $2,500 and a 65-inch model for $3,400. The 48-inch model will be release in May for $2,000. The Samsung H7150 FHD LED is available this spring in a 55-inch model for $1,900, 60-inch model for $2,200, 65-inch model for $2,700 and a 75-inch model for $4,000.

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