Samsung Electronics UN40M5300AFXZA Flat 40″ LED 1920 x 1080p SmartTV 2017

November 15, 2017 - Comment

Bring all your favorite TV shows, movies, games, and media content to life in vivid, vibrant Full HD 1080P with twice the resolution of standard HD TV. Access all your favorites with intuitive Smart TV features and Wi-Fi built in for a more interactive, more connected home entertainment experience. 1 versus dual-core processor 2 all

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Bring all your favorite TV shows, movies, games, and media content to life in vivid, vibrant Full HD 1080P with twice the resolution of standard HD TV. Access all your favorites with intuitive Smart TV features and Wi-Fi built in for a more interactive, more connected home entertainment experience. 1 versus dual-core processor 2 all devices must be on the same network and Internet connection is required

Product Features

  • Enjoy a viewing experience that is 2x the clarity of standard HD TVs.
  • Access your favorite program choices, live TV, video on demand, apps, and social media in one easy-to-browse navigation experience.2
  • Enjoy a Fluid browsing experience and faster control – switching between apps, streaming content, and other media effortlessly.1
  • Enjoy a clear moving picture Resolution at Motion Rate 60 with amazing refresh Rate, processing speed and backlight technology.

Comments

Kay Tracy says:

Wow! Blown away by the picture quality.

Goose says:

Five Stars for its Picture Quality & Price/Performance Ratio I made a side-by-side comparison with five other 50-inch-class TVs utilizing different LED/LCD/backlighting combinations. All were in the same price range. This model utilizes LED-backlit LCDs. I could visualize (as promised) better contrast and brightness, greater color range, more rapid response to changes in scene and more accurate image rendering. I did disable the Eco Sensor option and increased the judder control. The mobile-to-tv mirroring and wi-fi connection were simple to set-up and…

JulieAnn O. says:

BEWARE — BASE SHOWN is NOT THE CORRECT BASE

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