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Date: February 8th, 2010
Article by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Samsung Canada
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SAMSUNG PN58B850 PLASMA TV INTRODUCTION



I have to say, only recently I was guilty of all but declaring the plasma TV a dying breed and through the press lately, you wouldn't think Plasma TVs were still doing fine in the retail market. Sure LCD TVs have their comparatively better color reproduction and lower power consumption, but for the sport and action movie enthusiast, even 120-240Hz model's still had some sort of ghosting or image artifacts during fast video scene playback. With manufacturers trying their best to make LCD playback as smooth as possible, they still can't hold a candle to the silky smooth playback and deep black levels produced by a proper high end plasma TV.


The PN58B850 850 Series TV being reviewed today is Samsung's biggest and best plasma TV they have on the market till the 2010 models role out in the second have of this year. Through real world testing I will see how this TV performs in a day to day setting while displaying video feeds from HD satellite, DVD and Blu-ray sources. Testing occurs over a two month time period where the TV is used as intended which allows us the time to really shake the TV down for issues and to also realize its advantages.


So how did this rather large TV perform in a day to day environment? Continue at the bottom of this page for the link to page 2 to find out.

 

CORPORATE INFORMATION



Head Office Corporate Information


Samsung delivers management reform through New Management to maintain high international competitiveness. SAMSUNG is dedicated to contributing to mankind's quality of life. The year 2000 will be declared as the First year of Samsung Digital Management to speed up the digitization of all areas of management with an ultimate objective to become a leader in the digital age of the 21st century. Samsung has continuously improved its financial structure by increasing profits, reducing costs, and enhancing brand image. SAMSUNG's stability and development potential are universally recognized.


Canadian Corporate Information


After only a decade of growth since first entering the Canadian market in 1987, Samsung Canada, headquartered in Mississauga, Ontario, has emerged as the market leader. We are growing in Canada by about 20% per year and continue to build a strong presence in every market we enter. Operating as part of Samsung's Americas group, our Canadian operations gain considerable competitive advantage from Samsung's local Americas R&D, manufacturing, and technical support. Samsung Electronics in Canada focuses on consumer electronics and information systems products. Consumer electronics began in Canada in 1987, followed by IS in 1992. The information sales division has grown 61% since 1992. Samsung has introduced a wide range of IS products into the Canadian market, which include hard disk drives, CD-ROM drives, printers, fax machines and monitors enforcing its leading market position and fast year-over-year growth with a strong local presence and reseller network to serve Canadian consumers from coast to coast. Samsung is building a strong presence in Canada as it has all over the world.

 

 


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