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Samsung LE40C750 Review

In a surprising move, Samsung seems to be concentrating on cutting down the cost of entry into the 3D TV world right from the word “go”. Today, we’re looking at the Samsung LE40C750, which is the cheapest “3D Ready” 1080p LCD HDTV we’ve reviewed thus far. In fact, in many ways, it is similar to the 2D-only LE40C650 we tested ... Read More »

Samsung PS50C6900 Plasma 3D TV Review

You could be forgiven for forgetting, but the LCD innovators at Samsung do produce Plasma HDTVs, too. We’ve been asking the company if we can take a look at one of their 3D-capable PDPs – such as the Samsung PS50C6900 – for some time now, but Samsung’s publicity focus is on their LED LCD sets. As a result, we’ve been ... Read More »

Acetrax Movies App Goes Live On Samsung Internet@TV Portal

Having originally signed a partnership agreement back in August, Samsung and Acetrax – the Zurich-based digital media retailer that provides video-on-demand (VoD) content – have this week launched the Acetrax Movies app on the Samsung Internet@TV portal, allowing viewers to rent or buy streamed/ downloaded movies on a pay-per-film basis to be watched directly on their internet-connected HDTV displays. Acetrax ... Read More »

3DTV, 3D Player & 3 Pairs Of Glasses For £999.99 At Comet

High price tag remains one of the major factors deterring consumers – even those who pride themselves as early adopters – from jumping on the 3D TV bandwagon. To fully enjoy 3D content, investing in a 3D-capable HDTV (which is not cheap in itself) is only the first step; the costs of associated hardware devices such as a 3D Blu-ray ... Read More »

Samsung LE32C530 Review

A 1080p LCD TV for around £320? Fantasy not long ago, but the Samsung LE32C530 proves that this is very much reality today. As part of Samsung’s “Series 5” range, the LE32C530 is designed with low prices in mind, but the display still features a Full HD panel, 3 HDMI inputs, and some multimedia playback capabilities. You do miss out ... Read More »