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With more families are spending their time on their favorite TV shows, videos, and online content, devices such as Smart TVs have become more essential for Filipino homes.

In this regard, Samsung has been coming up with products that are laden with technology-driven features, to provide families with only the best entertainment possible.

TU8000_S27Now, the brand is introducing its latest, feature-packed Samsung TU8000 Crystal UHD TV. It delivers colors for more vivid and crisp pictures through a 4K screen while offering a more convenient viewing experience with its Tap View, Bixby Voice Assistant, and Ambient Mode, for crystal-clear entertainment with the entire family.

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With Tap View, family members can easily cast images and videos from their smartphone by tapping them on their smart TV.

Bixby lets the family “talk” directly to the smart TV, enabling it to perform specific tasks using simple voice commands.

The adaptive Ambient Mode enables the smart TV to seamlessly blend in with surroundings and transform into a beautiful display when not in use. It enables the family to personalize their living space, even showcasing their favorite family photos as wallpaper.

TU7000_S30The Crystal UHD TV delivers an immersive real 4K UHD resolution courtesy of an ultra-fast crystal processor 4K. The 3-side bezel-less design also makes for a truly immersive viewing experience, letting the family see the picture and not the TV, and drawing everyone into the screen, even from different angles.

There’s auto game mode which optimizes the screen and minimizes input lag, giving dad as well as the kids a smooth gaming experience.

The TU8000 Crystal UHD is now available at Samsung’s authorized dealer stores nationwide. As of writing, the 43-inch model is priced at PhP27,999, the 50-inch at PhP33,999, and the 55-inch model at PhP41,999. Customers can also get discounts for cash and straight card transactions.

Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.