Abenson Avant now preselling Samsung's 3D TV for as low as P169,900


We had to ask Abenson Avant marketing manager Ranj Basi to repeat the price of Samsung's 3D LED TV several times, we looked like fools already. You can't blame us. P169,900 for the 40-inch TV and P199,900 for the 46-inch are too good to be true. (And with 0% installment plans for Citibank, Standard Chartered, Metrobank, Bankard, BDO, BPI, HSBC, Diners, Unionbank, and Security Bank cardholders at that.) How friggin'-sanely affordable! That's just P30,000 more than the price of your ordinary LED television. What's more, each purchase already comes with the following:

  • Samsung 3D Blu-ray player (BD-C6900)
  • 2 pairs of Samsung 3D glasses 
  • Monsters vs Aliens 3D Blu-ray disc

If this information isn't orgasmic for you, then perhaps the TV's capacity to turn any 2D media into 3D (by adding a variable degree of depth with one push of a button) will make you pee in your pants. You can enjoy the awesomeness that is Wowowee's Kembot Girls in 3D, our friend, provided you can dig deep in your pockets.

As for the local availability of full-3D media, Basi revealed to us that Samsung is planning to do an Apple and launch an app store of its own, allowing users to purchase and download 3D content straight into the TV's internal or external hard drive. Now things are definitely getting more interesting...

See the Samsung 3D LED TVs in action. Move your butt and take that trip to Abenson Avant at Greenbelt 4. These guys are the first to accept pre-orders here in the Philippines – ahead of other appliance stores. For more info, call +632 758 2317.

Samsung 3D LED TV specs 

  • FHD resolution: 1290x1080p
  • Real-time 2D-to-3D video conversion
  • [email protected]
  • 720 clear motion rate
  • Skype on Samsung TV
  • ConnectShare Movie
  • AllShare: Access, share, and manage content across products wirelessly

Get ready for a triple awesome 3D experience


You have the license to kill option to quit watching 3D


Each pair costs between P7,000-P9,000 (the rechargeable glasses are more expensive, of course), according to one of Abenson Avant's technical guys


Hello, monsters!


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  1. iko: 3D TV???? we dont even have HD version for the local channels here in the PH yet!
    April 22, 2010 at 1:59 am

  2. Mommy Techie: Please refer to the following (among others): http://www.techie.com.ph/news/skycable-launches-hd-service and http://www.techie.com.ph/news/first-rpproduced-hd-programs-broadcast. Thanks.
    April 22, 2010 at 9:35 am

  3. Aj: iko, maybe its time for you to buy a HD tv and subscribe to a cable company that offers HD. I've been watchin a couple of HD movies here in the phil for almost a year now. hehehe
    April 25, 2010 at 6:29 am

  4. arvinmd: Did you know you can buy more cheeper sa shangril mall edsa there are stores there of home theather and Samsung 3d TV? yung waranty lang kasi waranty ng store because they import it directly abroad. The 46" that cost here P199,000 at that almost same amount or P200,000 you can get 55" so think how much is the 46" and if I remember it right it cost around 120,000 - 130,000
    May 24, 2010 at 2:29 pm

  5. Borg: Before you buy the Samsung 3D tv, i strongly suggest waiting to see what Sony brings. They will launch their 3D TV in manila by July, i was able to view the demo of Sony's 3d TV and it was much better than what i saw from Samsung, more info on that here: http://www.theborgcollectives.com/2010/05/sony-3d-tv-demo-in-manila.html
    May 29, 2010 at 5:29 pm

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