Samsung's Curved OLED TV has entered the US market at a significantly lower price point than LG's similarly-sized model
The KN55S9C comes with a One Connect box that allows a single cable to run to the TV, allowing what Samsung calls a "clean back" finish
The KN55S9C boasts Quad-Core processing, two 10 W front-firing, full range speakers and a 20 W woofer, integrated Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and MHL, an ambient light sensor, and a webcam
The Samsung Curved OLED TV is mounted in a metallic Timeless Arena frame, which gives it overall dimensions of 55.8 x 30.6 x 14.2 in
The KN55S9C is compatible with Samsung's Evolution Kit technology, so users don't need to shell out for a new TV to keep up to date
Back in January, we were suitably impressed by the viewing experience offered by the 55-inch curved OLED TVs debuted by LG and Samsung at CES 2013. Since then, LG has been leading the race to consumer release, beating its rival to both the South Korean and US markets. Samsung's TV has now landed on US shores, and is considerably more affordable than LG's similarly-sized goggle-box.
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