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The Future is Now (Finally)


If you look back at media of the 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s, there were big expectations for the new Millennium. We were expected to get around in flying cars and be able to transport ourselves effortlessly through time (yes, I grew up watching Star Trek and The Jetsons).

While we’re still working on the flying cars, other technology areas have blossomed tremendously. Take for example the television. Back in the 1960’s and 1970’s it was common to have a television in the house that the family gathered around to watch.

As cable and satellite came along and our standard of living increased, we started adding more televisions to our homes and suddenly, gathering around the family TV to watch shows became an afterthought. Dad would watch his sporting events, while Mom would be elsewhere watching her drama. Lest not forget about the kids, spending time in their bedrooms watching cartoons and music videos.

While it is a good thing to increase ones standard of living, losing quality family time is not. Luckily Samsung is here to solve that problem with their new CTV. How can a TV bring back family time you ask?

The answer is simple – with its stunning picture quality, vivid colors and deep blacks, everyone will want to watch television on this TV. In fact, the picture is so incredible, that even if the kids can’t watch the programs that they want to watch, they will still stick around, simply because the picture quality is so amazing. Compared to their current televisions, the Samsung blows it out of the water.


Putting great image power into the households of their customers, Samsung is leading the revolution in television picture quality. And it all starts with this television. Trust me when I say, it’s like nothing you have ever watched television on before. It’s simply that great.



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