Samsung LN52B750 52-Inch 1080p 240Hz LCD HDTV with Charcoal Grey Touch of Color

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Make the move to the smoothest LCD action ever, with Samsung’s LN52B750 LCD HDTV. Start with the incredible color and rich clarity of Full HD 1080p resolution, all on a 52-inch screen. Add the power of Samsung’s newest Auto Motion Plus240Hz technology

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Samsung LN52B750 52-Inch 1080p 240Hz LCD HDTV with Charcoal Grey Touch of Color

  1. 1. Samsung LN52B750 52-Inch 1080p 240Hz LCD HDTV with Charcoal Grey Touch of Color Product Description: Make the move to the smoothest LCD action ever, with Samsung’s LN52B750 LCD HDTV. Start with the incredible color and rich clarity of Full HD 1080p resolution, all on a 52- inch screen. Add the power of Samsung’s newest Auto Motion Plus240Hz technology, for a new level of the most lifelike LCD action on the market. Samsung’s Medi@2.0 feature puts customizable widgets ¿ with content from partners like Flickr and Yahoo! ¿ under your control, via your remote. A pre-loaded Content Library offers hours of built-in digital entertainment and information, from games to yoga routines. Four HDMI inputs make DVD, cable or satellite HD box, or Blu-ray Disc connectivity a snap. And with the attractive Touch of Color design, the subtle charcoal grey accent at the bezel’s edge underscores this LCD HDTV’s elegance. Advantages: Has the finest picture so far for an LCD and the colors are bright and clear. Has a good gaming compatibility with PS3 and Xbox. Has almost no glare or clouding from the screen. Swivel stand for your convenience and it’s not heavy for its size. Still need two people to move it though. Internet feature for weather, and check stock prices with yahoo widgets Disadvantages: The sound quality isn’t great but it isn’t that bad either. No built-in wireless adapter, you have to buy to have that. Samsung rarely takes a defective TV back, but they’ll repair it though. Still not a plus point since it seems like you just bought a TV from someone’s car trunk. Reviews: Also called as the 750 Series, the 7 Series line of televisions represents Samsung's highest end LCD HDTVs that use regular CCFL. This 2009 line continues the 7 Series brand introduced in 2008 but with an extra added upgrades like 1080p native resolution, 240Hz motion compensation technology, deep Internet connectivity and expanded digital media format support. This model comes in at a “minimalist approach”. It has square, angular sides and sits on a rectangle shaped stand. The TV is held up by a transparent cylinder at the top of the stand. Rating: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001VKY7WU? ie=UTF8&tag=markeorang-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B001VKY7WU

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