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Meet Samsung's 2012 Plasma HDTV Line: 16 New Models (Includes Pricing/Availability)

By Chris Boylan

At a press event in New York City this morning, Samsung unveiled details of its 2012 HDTV line-up including sixteen new plasma TV models, ranging from affordable 720p sets to top of the line cutting edge 1080p Smart TVs. Voice and gesture controls are available on the higher end models as well as facial recognition technology via a built in camera. Why does a TV need to know who you are? To remember your favorites and log you in automatically to online services such as Netflix, Pandora, VUDU and more. Also, for those who want the best picture performance, Samsung offers "Real Black Pro" to enhance black levels while minimizing interference from ambient room lighting.

Last year, Samsung touted the "Plus One" screen sizes, squeezing an extra inch of picture out of their entire plasma line by reducing the bezel width. In the same cabinet size as their 42 inch models in 2010, Samsung gave us a 43-inch TV in 2011. Likewise for 50-inch, 58-inch and 63-inch screens: all one inch larger in 2011. This may not seem like much but if you're trying to maximize the screen size for an existing piece of furniture, or you like the look of a thinner frame, that extra inch can make a difference. This year, they've done it again, but only on the 59-inch screens which now sport a full 60-inch diagonal picture. So now, Samsung's screen sizes range from 43 inches to 64 inches, with prices ranging from $549.99 for the 43-inch E450 model to $3949.99 for the top of the line 64-inch E8000. Note that not all of these are listed online on sites such as Amazon yet but should be shortly.

Pricing and Availability of Samsung's 2012 Plasma HDTV Line:

Series/Model

Size Class (inches)

Estimated Selling Price

Availability (Estimated)

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PN64E8000

64

$3,949.99

March 2012

PN64E8000

PN60E8000

60

$3,079.99

March 2012

PN60E8000

PN51E8000

51

$2,199.99

March 2012

PN51E8000

PN64E7000

64

$3,399.99

March 2012

PN64E7000

PN60E7000

60

$2,529.99

March 2012

PN60E7000

PN51E7000

51

$1,649.99

March 2012

PN51E7000

PN60E6500

60

$2,199.99

March 2012

PN60E6500

PN51E6500

51

$1,519.99

March 2012

PN51E6500

PN64E550

64

$2,529.99

March 2012

PN64E550

PN60E550

60

$1,919.99

March 2012

PN60E550

PN51E550

51

$1,199.99

March 2012

PN51E550

PN60E530

60

$1,649.99

March 2012

PN60E530

PN51E530

51

$999.99

March 2012

PN51E530

PN51E490

51

$799.99

February 2012

PN51E490

PN51E450

51

$719.99

February 2012

PN51E450

PN43E450

43

$549.99

February 2012

PN43E450

Plasma PN60E8000

The E8000 series plasma TVs come with two pairs of 3D glasses, if you're into that (with additional pairs available for under $25).

We were able to get a sneak peek of the new LED and plasma sets at a briefing last week, and, although there were still a few glitches in voice and gesture control (the TVs did not have their final production firmware and software), the picture performance of the E8000 plasma looked stunning, even in 3D mode in a fairly bright room. Crosstalk was virtually non-existent, colors were well saturated and shadow details were maintained nicely on darker content. For those who do want to take advantage of Samsung's active 3D technology, glasses have come down to under $25/pair with an estimated battery life of over 70 hours for an inexpensive button cell battery. The glasses are much lighter than previous generations and seem to fit fairly easily over prescription glasses.

Not all features are present in all models but some of the new features in Samsung's 2012 Plasma TV line include:

  • Improved picture quality with Real Black Pro
  • Dual-core CPU for quick app launching and task-switching
  • Integrated camera and noise-cancelling microphone
  • Smart Evolution to help your TV stay up-to-date with new features without the need to buy a whole new TV
  • Voice and gesture control as well as face recognition
  • AllShare Play with seamless connectivity to other devices and to cloud storage
  • New Smart Touch Remote and Smart Wireless Keyboard
  • New roster of exclusive Smart TV services
  • Robust new web browser based on the powerful Webkit engine
Plasma PN60E8000

Samsung's SmartHub platform of internet apps and streaming services has been enhanced with new services for 2012.

More details on these sets will follow as well as details on Samsung's LED TV line-up for 2012.

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Samsung 2012 TV lineup reveals new features, ways to control the TV, and prices

Samsung has released the pricing on its line of new 2012 LCD and plasma TVs, many of which boast an enhanced Smart TV suite of apps and services and some new ways to control the TV, as well as 3D. In addition, many step-up models will also get a performance boost thanks to new dual-core processors that allow the TV to multitask: For example, you can toggle back and forth between a movie and an app that can run simultaneously. And the entire line of Internet-capable sets now get built-in Wi-Fi and full Web browsers.

As we reported during CES, a key new TV feature called Smart Interaction lets you interact with the TV in a variety of ways, including gestures and voice control. For example, you can control onscreen navigation or scroll through Web pages with a wave of your hand, and items can be selected by making a grabbing gesture with your hand. Samsung’s gesture control is built into the TV itself rather than the remote, but both the TV and the remote control will have built-in microphones for voice control.

Some sets will also have a built-in camera and face-recognition technology, so the TV will be able to recognize up to five different users and provide each with their own customized screen along with their respective services and apps. (The camera can also be used to make Skype phone calls.)

Samsung has developed a software developers kit (SDK) that to enable developers to create specialized apps and games that take advantage of the gesture, voice, and face-recognition technologies. Step-up TVs will come with a new touchpad remote control, though the company isn't offering the dual-sided remote with a QWERTY keyboard on one side it had last year. Instead, a wireless Bluetooth keyboard with a track pad will be sold as a $99 option. The TVs will come with an IR blaster in the box to allow control of other home-theater gear using the TV remote.

Also new this year are some proprietary programs, offered under the umbrella heading of Signature Services. The apps will include Family Story, a closed, cloud-based service for sharing photos and family memories; Fitness, programs that let you monitor training and sync to a wireless scale; and Kids, a suite of kid-friendly edutainment. Step-up models also get AllShare Play, which lets you access content from any compatible device—and thanks to cloud-based storage, you can do this even when you're not in your home.

Samsung provided some additional information about an upgrade feature called Smart Evolution that will become available in 2013. Starting this year, TVs will have a proprietary slot for Smart Evolution modules that can add features or boost performance, so owners will be able to update their sets to the latest technology. Samsung didn't discuss pricing, but it did say that 2012 models can be updated through 2016.

Samsung's flagship ES8000 series LCD sets have an ultra-slim bezel, and sit atop a unique-looking U-shape stand. This set also gets Micro Dimming Ultimate contrast-enhancement technology, while the ES7500 line gets Micro Dimming Pro. Models in the ES6600 and ES7100 series get Micro Dimming.

Samsung says that half of its 2012 sets will include 3D, and all 3D sets will come with at least two sets of 3D glasses; the flagship ES8000 LCD TVs and E8000 plasmas will come with four sets. Additional 3D glasses will now be available for only $20 per set.

The company also has a new EH series of LCD TVs that use "direct-lit" LED backlights, which cost less than traditional edge LED backlights while providing getter energy efficiency than CCFL backlights. The EH-series sets are available in screen sizes ranging from 26 to 65 inches.

Here's the complete 2012 TV lineup, with sizes, estimated selling prices, and release dates.

LCD TVs (with LED backlights)

ES800 Series
65 inches $5,100 NA
60 inches $4,400 March
55 inches $3,750 March
46 inches $3,000 March

ES7500 Series
60 inches $4,000 March
55 inches $3,380 March
50 inches $2,930 March
46 inches $2,600 March

ES7100 Series
60 inches $3,800 NA
55 inches $3,150 May
46 inches $2,400 May

ES6600 Series
60 inches $3,380 NA
55 inches $2,720 March
46 inches $1,930 March

ES6500 Series
65 inches $3,900 NA
60 inches $3,180 March
55 inches $2,520 March
50 inches $2,080 May
46 inches $1,730 March
40 inches $1,500 March
32 inches $1,000 NA

ES6100 series
ES6100 60 $2,900 April
ES6100 55 $2,200 March
ES6100 50 $1,730 June
ES6100 46 $1,400 March
ES6100 40 $1,200 March

EH6000 Series
65 inches $2,650 NA
60 inches $2,100 Now
55 inches $1,550 Now
50 inches $1,250 June
46 inches $1,080 Now
40 inches $850 Now

EG5300 Series
50 inches $1,200 June
46 inches $1,020 March
40 inches $800 March
32 inches $580 March

EH5000 Series
50 inches $1,150 June
46 inches $980 Now
40 inches $750 Now
37 inches $650 Now
32 inches $550 Now

EH4000 Series
32 inches $420 Now
26 inches $330 Now

Plasma TVs

PN8000 Series
64 inch $3,950 March
60 inch $3,080 March
51 inch $2,200 March

PNE7000 Series
64 inch $3,400 March
60 inch $2,530 March
51 inch $1,650 March

PNE6500 Series
60 inch $2,200 March
51 inch $1,520 March

PNE550 Series
64 inch $2,530 March
60 inch $1,920 March
51 inch $1,200 March

PNE530 Series
60 inch $1,650 March
51 inch $1,000 March

There is also a PNE490-series model, a 51-inch set that is selling for $800, plus two E450-series plasmas: a 51-inch set for $720 and a 43-inch set for $550.

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Samsung did not share much information on their 2012 TVs during CES but FlatpanelsHD can now reveal the entire 2012 TV line-up. Later this year, Samsung will launch their 55” OLED-TV that will take display technology to the next level. Before that, Samsung plans to release a range of new LED models such as the ES8000, as well as new plasma TVs. In 2012, Samsung hopes to make a splash with Smart TVs with voice and gesture control.


Samsung’s 2012 TV line-up

Samsung will introduce TVs based on three different display technologies in 2012; LCD (LED), plasma and OLED. The latter is expected to set new standards for picture quality when Samsung introduces their 55” model in the second half of 2012. Samsung will also introduce a range of new LED models that are extremely slim, with minimalistic design, such as the new ES8000 TV.

Samsung’s 2012 TV line-up
Samsung’s new ES8000 LED flagship


In 2012, it is all about Smart TVs. With an updated user interface that is significantly faster, Samsung hopes to improve the user experience. A new addition is the Fitness app that helps user get in shape with programs, statistics and more. The Fitness app also connects to the built-in camera. The Kids app has stuff for the little ones and the Family Story section will access Samsung’s new Cloud service that can store family photos.

Samsung’s 2012 TV line-up
Samsung’s 2012 TV line-up


A new addition to Samsung’s Smart TVs is the Smart Interaction suite. With a small camera and a microphone, built into the TV bezel, users can now control their Samsung TV with voice commands or hand gestures. You can turn on the TV by saying “Hi TV” or change the channel by saying “Channel 4”. You can also turn off the TV from anywhere, as long as your voice is recognized. With hand gestures you can also control the cursor on the TV screen while browsing for example web sites. See how the Smart Interaction suite works in the video below.


Another new Smart TV addition is the Evolution Kit. The Evolution Kit is a small plug-in module that will enable users to update their Smart TVs from 2013 through 2016, with new Smart TV functions. Samsung states that not all features will be included but most will. The first Evolution Kit will be released in 2013 with the 2013 TV line-up.

Samsung’s 2012 TV line-up
Samsung’s 2012 TV line-up


Samsung also highlight the new AllShare Play function. With AllShare Play users can “push” video, music and photos from handheld Samsung smart devices onto the TV screen. AllShare Play will also give access to Samsung’s new Cloud service that can store for example photos. All Samsung users will get 5 GB free space in the “cloud” when buying a Samsung “smart” product.

When it comes to picture quality, Samsung mentions the Micro Dimming and Micro Dimming Ultimate systems that will improve contrast on the LED models. The flagship plasma TVs have a new Real Black Pro filter for improved black depth, and later this year Samsung’s 55-inch OLED-TV will take picture quality to the next level. The OLED technology offers much faster response time, close to perfect viewing angles and perfect black depth.

Samsung’s 2012 TV line-up
Samsung’s 2012 TV line-up


3D is still found in most of Samsung’s new TVs – especially the plasma TVs – but it is not a key selling point for Samsung in 2012. All TVs with 3D functionality also incorporate a 2D-to-3D converter.

Samsung’s 2012 TV line-up
Samsung’s new Touch remote


A new touch remote will help users control the advanced Smart TV offerings. Samsung has aimed for a simple metal design with only the most essential buttons. A microphone that accepts voice commands is also built in and in the center of the remote you can see the touch-enabled surface.

Samsung’s 2012 TV line-up
The flagship models come with a built-in camera but a separate Skype camera can be bought for the rest of the TVs


Lastly, Samsung mentions a few new accessory products. 3D glasses will come in different variants and Samsung will still offer the ultra slim wall mounting solutions as well as a new floor stand. A Skype camera can add video calling capabilities to the TVs without built-in cameras and a new wireless keyboard can connect to any of the Smart TVs.

Samsung OLED-TV

In the second half of 2012, Samsung plans to release their first OLED-TV in 55 inches. With the OLED technology, Samsung can create TVs with stunning picture quality, extremely slim designs and very low power consumption.

Samsung’s 55-inch OLED-TV
Samsung’s 55-inch OLED-TV, the final design can vary


  • Super OLED technology
  • RGB OLED pixels
  • Extremely slim design
  • Smart TV
  • Smart Interaction
  • Dual-core processor
  • 3D
  • Weighs just 12 kg.
  • 7,6 mm thick (panel is 1,6 mm)

    USA and Europe: Samsung’s OLED-TV will be available in 55 inches in the fall of 2012 called KN55ES9000.

    Samsung ES8000 LED

    The flagship LED model will be the ES8000. The ES8000 TV incorporates all of Samsung’s Smart TV functions, including the Smart Interaction suite with voice and gesture control.

    Samsung ES8000
    Samsung ES8000


    Samsung ES8000 also offers an extremely slim bezel-design, dual-core processor, 3D, and the Smart Evolution Kit that enables you to update your TV from 2013 through 2016.

    Samsung ES8000
    Samsung ES8000


  • Slim frame
  • Smart TV
  • Smart Interaction (voice & gesture control)
  • Smart Evolution kit
  • Micro Dimming Ultimate
  • Edge LED
  • Active 3D
  • CMR 800 / 960
  • Built-in WiFi
  • Touch remote included

    US prices
  • 46” Samsung UN46ES8000
  • 55” Samsung UN55ES8000
  • 60” Samsung UN60ES8000

    EU prices
  • 40“ Samsung UE40ES8000
  • 46“ Samsung UE46ES8000
  • 55“ Samsung UE55ES8000
  • 65“ Samsung UE65ES8000

    Samsung ES7500 / ES7000 LED

    Samsung’s 7 series is the step down from ES8000 and comes without the new distinctive stand. Micro Dimming Ultimate is also replaced with Micro Dimming Pro but besides that the two TVs are identical.

    Samsung ES7000
    Samsung ES7000 / ES7500


  • Slim frame
  • Smart TV
  • Smart Interaction (voice & gesture control)
  • Smart Evolution kit
  • Dual-core processor
  • Micro Dimming Pro
  • Edge LED
  • Active 3D
  • CMR 800 / 960
  • Built-in WiFi
  • Touch remote included

    US prices
  • 46” Samsung UN46ES7500
  • 55” Samsung UN55ES7500
  • 60” Samsung UN60ES7500

    An ES7100 variant without Smart Interaction (but with dual-core) is also be available.

    EU prices
  • 40“ Samsung UE40ES7000
  • 46“ Samsung UE46ES7000
  • 55“ Samsung UE55ES7000

    An ES6800 variant without Smart Interaction (but with dual-core) is also be available.

    Samsung ES6500 LED

    The ES6500 model will be available as a mid-range TV with the most essential TV functions from Samsung, including Smart TV and 3D.

    Samsung ES6500, the base is black in some countries
    Samsung ES6500, the base is black in some countries


  • Slim frame
  • Smart TV
  • Micro Dimming (only in Europe)
  • Edge LED
  • Active 3D
  • CMR 400 / 480
  • Built-in WiFi

    US prices
  • 40” Samsung UN40ES6500
  • 46” Samsung UN46ES6500
  • 50” Samsung UN50ES6500
  • 55” Samsung UN55ES6500
  • 60” Samsung UN60ES6500

    EU prices
  • 32“ Samsung UE32ES6540
  • 40“ Samsung UE40ES6540
  • 46“ Samsung UE46ES6540
  • 55“ Samsung UE55ES6540

    Samsung ES6300 LED

    ES6300 is a European model and the last one to include 3D.

    Samsung ES6300
    Samsung ES6300


  • Slim frame
  • Smart TV
  • Edge LED
  • Active 3D
  • CMR 200 / 240
  • Built-in WiFi

    EU prices
  • 32“ Samsung UE32ES6300
  • 40“ Samsung UE40ES6300
  • 46“ Samsung UE46ES6300
  • 50“ Samsung UE50ES6300
  • 55“ Samsung UE55ES6300
  • 60“ Samsung UE60ES6300

    Samsung ES6100 LED

    ES6100 is a US model and the last one in the US to include Smart TV.

    Samsung ES6300
    Samsung ES6300


  • Slim frame
  • Smart TV
  • Edge LED
  • CMR 200 / 240
  • Built-in WiFi

    US prices
  • 40” Samsung UN40ES6100
  • 46” Samsung UN46ES6100
  • 50” Samsung UN50ES6100
  • 55” Samsung UN55ES6100
  • 60” Samsung UN60ES6100

    Cheaper LED ranges

    Samsung will also include a range of cheaper LED models without 3D and Smart TV.

    Samsung E8000 plasma

    The flagship plasma TV in 2012 will be called E8000 and offers the full Smart TV suite with dual-core processor as well as 3D.

    Samsung E8000
    Samsung E8000 plasma


  • Slim design
  • Smart TV
  • Smart Interaction (voice & gesture control)
  • Dual-core processor
  • Active 3D
  • Real Black Pro filter
  • Local Contrast Enhancer
  • Touch remote included
  • Built-in WiFi

    US prices
  • 51” Samsung PN51E8000
  • 60” Samsung PN60E8000
  • 64” Samsung PN64E8000

    EU prices
  • 51“ Samsung PS51E8000
  • 64“ Samsung PS64E8000

    Samsung E7000 plasma

    E7000 is a US-only model and a step-down model from the E8000. It lacks the Smart Interaction suite and the local contrast enhancer panel technology.

    Samsung E7000
    Samsung E7000 plasma


  • Slim design
  • Smart TV
  • Smart Interaction (voice & gesture control)
  • Active 3D
  • Real Black Pro filter
  • Built-in WiFi

    US prices
  • 51” Samsung PN51E7000
  • 60” Samsung PN60E7000
  • 64” Samsung PN64E7000

    Samsung E6500 plasma

    The E6500 plasma range is a mid-range plasma TV with 3D and Smart TV.

    Samsung E6500 plasma
    Samsung’s E6500 plasma


  • Slim design
  • Smart TV
  • Active 3D
  • Real Black Pro filter
  • Built-in WiFi

    US prices
  • 51” Samsung PN51E6500
  • 60” Samsung PN60E6500

    EU prices
  • 51“ Samsung PS51E8000
  • 64“ Samsung PS64E8000

    Samsung E550 plasma

    The E6500 is a cheaper plasma range that still offers active 3D and Smart TV.

    Samsung E550 plasma
    Samsung’s E550 plasma


  • Smart TV
  • Active 3D
  • Real Black filter
  • Built-in WiFi

    US prices
  • 51” Samsung PN51E550
  • 60” Samsung PN60E550

    EU prices
  • 51“ Samsung PS51E550
  • 60“ Samsung PS60E550

    Cheaper plasma ranges

    Samsung will also introduce cheaper plasma ranges called E530 and E450.

    Overview

    Samsung’s 2012 LED TV specifications, Europe


    Samsung’s 2012 LED TV specifications, USA


    Samsung’s 2012 plasma TV specifications





  • Sours: https://www.flatpanelshd.com/article.php?subaction=showfull&id=1333028682

    Samsung may be spinning off its LCD business, but that doesn't mean that the company won't be releasing plenty of new TVs for 2012. We got to take a look at the new LED and plasma TVs at CES, but we now have the full pricing and availability info for each set, and unfortunately, they cost more than the rumors suggested.

    Samsung's 2012 LED TV lineup is headlined by the ES8000 series — which comes in 46-inch to 65-inch models and ranges from $2,999.99 to $5,099.99 — and the plasmas are topped off by the E8000 series, which'll come in 51-inch to 64-inch sizes and cost between $2,199.99 and $3,949.99 when they're released later this month. All of the TVs in the ES8000, E8000, and the cheaper ES7500 series will come with facial recognition as well as voice and gesture control, which lets you operate the sets by waving your hands or talking to the TV. We tested the feature out at CES and again more recently, and it still seems to be more of a novelty than a practical control method. Thankfully, these premium sets come with a traditional remote and the new Smart Touch Control remote which has a microphone as well as a touchpad. If that's not enough, Samsung has announced a new optional wireless keyboard that, like the Smart Touch Control, has a trackpad for navigating with. The addition of a touchpad to both remotes definitely makes working through menus and the TV's WebKit internet browser much easier.

    All these sets also have dual-core processors that seem to keep menus moving snappily along and allowed for a pretty neat multitasking feature that lets you quickly switch back to a previously-used app or channel — if you're using the TV's tuner and not a cable box. If you're willing to opt for these high-end sets, Samsung promises that you'll be able to keep your TV up-to-date up to four years down the road with Smart Evolution packs that'll add whatever it takes to let the TV do what future models can.

    • Samsung UN55ES800
    • Samsung UN55ES800
    • Samsung PN60E8000
    • Samsung PN60E8000

    If those TVs are a bit too rich for your tastes (or wallet), Samsung's offering a vast array of less expensive sets. Thankfully you don't need to be in the upper echelons of the lineup to get some of the new features. Micro dimming, which helps improve contrast, is now present down to the ES6600 LEDs, and the company's Real Black filters, which, as the name suggests, keep blacks black, are now present on all of the plasmas. All of the company's smart TVs also support AllShare Play, which lets you share content from your phone, computer, and other devices on your TV. 2011 may have been the year of 3D, but Samsung's sticking with the technology, and now every 3D-capable TV will come with either two or four sets of active shutter glasses.

    We didn't get to see any of Samsung's lower-end sets yet, but the ES8000 and E8000 both had 3D performance that seemed better than what we've seen on most other sets — crosstalk has been greatly minimized, the 3D effect persisted even at extreme angles, and, best of all, it didn't hurt our eyes! Blacks on the marquee plasma looked great as well, and while we weren't impressed with the smart interactions, we really liked the new on-panel controls that the ES8000 offered. Instead of a column of hard-to-use buttons, the back of the TV had a joystick control that was fast and pretty simple to use by touch.

    Be sure to check our product database for the full specs on all of Samsung's new LED and plasma TVs, and scroll down to see the pricing and availability info for each set. Unfortunately, we're still waiting on more info on the super-thin 55-inch OLED TV that's expected to be released in Q2 of this year.

    Series/Model

    Size Class (inches)

    Estimated Selling Price

    Availability

    (Est.)

    ES8000

    65

    $5,099.99

    TBA

    ES8000

    60

    $4,399.99

    March 2012

    ES8000

    55

    $3,749.99

    March 2012

    ES8000

    46

    $2,999.99

    March 2012

    ES7500

    60

    $3,999.99

    March 2012

    ES7500

    55

    $3,379.99

    March 2012

    ES7500

    50

    $2,929.99

    March 2012

    ES7500

    46

    $2,599.99

    March 2012

    ES7100

    60

    $3,799.99

    TBA

    ES7100

    55

    $3,149.99

    May 2012

    ES7100

    46

    $2,399.99

    May 2012

    ES6600

    60

    $3,379.99

    TBA

    ES6600

    55

    $2,719.99

    March 2012

    ES6600

    46

    $1,929.99

    March 2012

    ES6500

    65

    $3,899.99

    TBA

    ES6500

    60

    $3,179.99

    March 2012

    ES6500

    55

    $2,519.99

    March 2012

    ES6500

    50

    $2,079.99

    May 2012

    ES6500

    46

    $1,729.99

    March 2012

    ES6500

    40

    $1,499.99

    March 2012

    ES6500

    32

    $999.99

    TBA

    ES6100

    60

    $2,899.99

    April 2012

    ES6100

    55

    $2,199.99

    March 2012

    ES6100

    50

    $1,729.99

    June 2012

    ES6100

    46

    $1,399.99

    March 2012

    ES6100

    40

    $1,199.99

    March 2012

    EH6000

    65

    $2,649.99

    TBA

    EH6000

    60

    $2,099.99

    February 2012

    EH6000

    55

    $1,549.99

    February 2012

    EH6000

    50

    $1,249.99

    June 2012

    EH6000

    46

    $1,079.99

    February 2012

    EH6000

    40

    $849.99

    February 2012

    EH5300

    50

    $1,199.99

    June 2012

    EH5300

    46

    $1,019.99

    March 2012

    EH5300

    40

    $799.99

    March 2012

    EH5300

    32

    $579.99

    March 2012

    EH5000

    50

    $1,149.99

    June 2012

    EH5000

    46

    $979.99

    February 2012

    EH5000

    40

    $749.99

    February 2012

    EH5000

    37

    $649.99

    February 2012

    EH5000

    32

    $549.99

    February 2012

    EH4000

    32

    $419.99

    February 2012

    EH4000

    26

    $329.99

    February 2012

    Series/Model

    Size Class (inches)

    Estimated Selling Price

    Availability

    (Est.)

    PN64E8000

    64

    $3,949.99

    March 2012

    PN60E8000

    60

    $3,079.99

    March 2012

    PN51E8000

    51

    $2,199.99

    March 2012

    PN64E7000

    64

    $3,399.99

    March 2012

    PN60E7000

    60

    $2,529.99

    March 2012

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