I mentioned earlier this morning that the new line of Samsung LED 3D TVs would be landing in Sears stores here in the US this March. Samsung is also set to offer up similar 3D LED TVs in Europe starting in March. The electronics giant will bring three 3D models to Europe.
The new models include the C7000, C8000, and C9000 models. The smallest screen size will be 40-inches and all will use the Samsung exclusive 200Hz processor. Along with the 3D TVs Samsung is also reported to be bringing a new BD-C6900 3D Blu-ray player to Europe at the same time.
If you have a PS3, the 3D update is expected this summer and you will not need a new Blu-ray player. Samsung is also going to bring 3D plasma TVs to market in Europe in the coming months. It's nice to see plasma tech being updated so we have more options. One interesting feature of the Samsung TVs coming to Europe is that all of them include Freeview HD tuners built-in. Strangely none of the 3D TVs ship with 3D glasses. The ones you use in the theater won't work either; the Samsung sets require active glasses, which won’t be cheap on their own.