Appreciate Samsung’s 2013 AV line at the Metropolitan Museum

Veering away from the usual roadshows in malls, Samsung occupied a hall and more at the Metropolitan Museum of Manila for you to appreciate their 2013 AV line as art pieces for the home.

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Called Timeless Reflection, an Exhibit of Life As Is, you can see the whole line up of Samsung TVs from plasmas, to LEDs, to Smart TVs aligned in the exhibit hall like art pieces themselves. There’s even a piece called “Balong Malalim” where a Samsung LED TV was laid on its back showing only video of a well.

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There’s also a gallery for you to experience each features of their 2013 line of Smart TVs, from motion gestures, voice control, TV apps, accessing cloud content, to seamless content sharing using different mobile devices.

Samsung S9 Series Smart TV

The highlight of the exhibit is their 85-inch, Ultra High Definition S9 Series Smart TV which we first saw at the Samsung SEA Forum in Jakarta a couple of months ago. This baby is huge and features four times HD viewing which automatically upscales your HD or Full HD video to retain its breathtaking sharpness and clarity despite the gigantic size of the screen. An advantage of Samsung’s UHD TV over others is that with the Evolution Kit, you will surely get to enjoy the latest TV technology updates even 3 or 4 years from now simply by replacing the kit at the back.

The Samsung S9 Series Smart TV is already available for order and comes with Samsung’s top of the line home entertainment system and tons of other Samsung freebies. We’re not talking simply about umbrellas or shirts here, we’re talking about smartphones and other appliances.

Samsung’s Timeless Reflection exhibit will run until Sunday, April 21 so you might want to check it out if you’re curious about the humongous S9 Series Smart TV.


1 Comment

  1. Griswold /

    drool…. yaman ng samsung. na miss ko yung exhibit pero gusto kong makita yung 85-inch nila. san pa sya nakadisplay?

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