Product Spotlight: UN46D6000 46-inch 1080p Samsung Smart TV

Posted: Apr 26 2011, 9:13am CDT | by , in Shopping | Shopping Tips


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Samsung Smart TV in the spotlight

Samsung smart TVs are some of the coolest sets on the market today. The things have access to the web and tons of other content thanks to the web connectivity that they offer. The Samsung Smart TV will allow the users to stream all sorts of online content from Netflix, Hulu Plus and more. You can also surf the web on the sets as well.

If you are in the market for a new TV and a Smart TV is of interest to you, the product spotlight for today is a very cool Samsung 46-inch 1080p 120Hz LED backlit TV with a reasonably price. The set naturally packs in the Samsung Smart TV tech that I already mentioned and a lot more. The screen has full 1080 resolution and the big difference between this set and some of the higher-end Samsung TVs is that this one isn't 3D capable. That isn't a big deal at all to many users since there is still relatively little 3D content available.

The TV uses the Samsung Auto Motion Plus 120Hz technology with Clear Motion Rate. All that means the TV has a better image when there is fast action on the screen. The set uses LED backlighting and the Touch of Color design from Samsung for good looks. On the set, there are four HDMI inputs for all of your components. The LED backlighting means the TV is up to 50% more power efficient than other backlight types.

The TV has a 16:9 aspect ratio and the contrast ratio is dynamic at 5 million:1. All of those features should add up to a very good image when you are watching all sorts of content. Other than those four HDMI inputs the set also has component, composite, PC, and a USB port as well. You can order the TV right now for about $1300.

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