Philips introduces new PFL8008 Smart TV Series

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  1. hodg100

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    All the stuff you would expect

    Philips is introducing a new PFL8008 series of premium Smart TVs, designed to meet the requirements of even the most demanding consumers by combining outstanding build quality and style with an extended feature list.

    The Philips TV PFL8008 series offers advanced networking and streaming capabilities, 'high-level' picture quality features in 2D and 3D, sophisticated user-interaction capabilities, interactive Smart TV services, and a remote control allowing for pointing navigation and keyboard input. The new Philips TV 8000 series models will be available in the second quarter of 2013.

    The FPL8008 Philips TVs’ glass screens are finished by a high quality dark steel surround matching their polished chrome 'U Frame' stands. And although the sets are very slim and narrow, they still include a Skype camera in the Philips badge below the screen.

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    The 8 series are powered by dual-core processors and include enhancement features such as 1400 Hz Perfect Motion Rate plus 3D Super Resolution for improvements in motion sharpness, and Local Contrast (read local dimming) to improve the screen’s native performance. There's also something called 3D Max - supporting active 3D shutter-glasses, Premium 3D Depth and Premium 2D-3D conversion.

    Smart TV users might like the PFL8008’s remote control with its pointing capability and built-in keyboard. And with the increasing popularity of mobile devices as second screens the PFL8008 Philips TVs support Philips MyRemote app, Wi-Fi Miracast and SimplyShare to allow wireless streaming to and from mobile products.
     

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    Thinking of buying pfl 46 8007, what are the differences with 8008? is it worth me waiting?
    Thanks, Mike.
     
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    Just ordered a 55PFL7008K... Will post picture when received!!!

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