At its home entertainment event in New York City today, Samsung filled in the details about the HDTV lineup we first glimpsed at CES 2013 in January. If you recall, several high-profile sets were first unveiled at the show, and pricing is unsurprisingly steep to match. The 85-inch S9 UHD TV, with a slick, easel-style frame and “Precision Black Pro” display tech, will go for $39,999 when it launches at the end of March.
Samsung also announced pricing for its Smart Evolution Kit, a hardware set of products — including a quad-core processor, GPU and memory — that plugs into the back of a Sammy-designed TV to keep hardware and software up to date as new models are released. The kit will go for $300 when it debuts in May, and it wil come bundled with the latest Smart Touch Remote. And finally — because what ultra-luxe home entertainment system is complete without high-end audio? — there’s the HW-F750 soundbar, which incorporates the company’s vacuum tube technology and boasts a wireless subwoofer. The HW-F750 will connect with select Samsung Smart TVs via Bluetooth, and it will set you back $799 when it goes on sale in March. Hit up the press release past the break for more info.
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