• HU8550 Series UN55HU8550 55\

    HU8550 Series UN55HU8550 55" 4K LED Smart TV (3840x2160, 120 Hz, UHDTV, 3D)

    790 Reviews

    Consumer Passion : Most passionate
    Popularity : Most popular
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    Pros: Excellent Image quality, Thin bezel, Compatible with One Connect
    Cons: Glossy screen, Needs tweaking

    Review: Take your viewing pleasure a notch higher with the Samsung HU8550 Series. It delivers amazing picture clarity, impressive 3D and stunning 4K resolution without the curved screen. Excellent image quality is achieved after calibration and audio is slightly better than most HDTVs. The unit’s Local Dimming greatly enhances contrast. UHD Upscaling works great too, providing a discernible improvement. To be honest, the difference between standard HD and 4K UHD is minimal in the 50” and 55” models. Good thing that the HU8550 is available in bigger screen sizes ranging from 60” to 85”. Although 4k sources are still limited, the HU8550 has plenty of useful features that make it worth buying. The availability of the One Connect box also ensures that it is as future ready as it can be. You might need to shell out a bit of money for the box but it is still cheaper, considering that it is designed to fit newer standards, thus alleviating the need for a new TV when the time comes. In terms of connectivity, it is complete with an Ethernet port, an optical digital output, an IR port, three USB ports and a total of four HDMI ports, 1 at the back and 3 on the side. The Samsung HU8550 Series sports an almost-frameless, sleek design, paired with a silver brushed metal stand and an equally attractive remote control. Buttons are sensibly placed and you can use the clicker right out of the box as it already has batteries installed. The TV can even be controlled through voice commands. As opposed to other models, the screen of the HU8550 is subject to reflection. Adjusting the brightness may help reduce glare though. Other features include a full web browser and a Quad Core Processor for faster browsing and multitasking. The unit already comes with four 3D active glasses for viewing 3D content. On a minor note, the 3D glasses use CR1620 lithium coin cell batteries which can be hard to find.

  • 27IN WS LED 1920X1080 1080P VA2746M-LED VGA DVI 3.4MS SPKR

    27IN WS LED 1920X1080 1080P VA2746M-LED VGA DVI 3.4MS SPKR

    776 Reviews

    Consumer Passion : Most passionate
    Popularity : Least popular
    Amazon.com  Price: $168.98  See It
  • 4000 Series UN19F4000 19\

    4000 Series UN19F4000 19" LED TV (1366x768, 120 Hz, HDTV)

    766 Reviews

    Consumer Passion : Most passionate
    Popularity : Very popular
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    Pros: Sharp picture, Great sizes, Easy set-up, Low price
    Cons: Limited connectivity, Tinny sound, Poorly-designed base

    Review: Given its unobtrusive design and decent performance for a TV in this class, Samsung’s F4000 Series is well-suited for your kitchen, college dorm and small bedroom, or as an extra TV for gaming. Screen uniformity and overall picture quality are both great for such a small TV. With its 720p resolution and Clear Motion Rate of 120, it is highly recommended for gamers, sports fans and those who enjoy fast-paced action. However, the sound is tinny and the volume is not loud enough, even if you turn it all the way up. The small size of the TV could also mean limited connectivity, only having a single USB port, two HDMI inputs and no other audio output, aside from a headphone jack. Luckily, if you need more ports, you can always expand or add more by purchasing a hub. There are two sizes available in the F4000 series, a 19-inch and a 29-inch. Both have glossy black frames with rounded edges which are acceptable for the price. The stand is poorly designed though, not allowing any adjustments. Even when the screws are attached, the base can still be a bit wobbly and unstable. Hanging the TV on your wall using a wall mount bracket might be the next best option. The remote control also has more buttons than your standard clicker but it is clearly marked and has backlighting for simple operation, both in bright and dark rooms. All things considered, if you don’t need all the newfangled features of more expensive and larger TVs and you just want an affordable, tiny TV without cutting corners on picture quality, you’d be hard pressed to find a better TV than the Samsung F4000 Series.

  • 4000 UN19F4000 19\

    Pros: Sharp picture, Great sizes, Easy set-up, Low price
    Cons: Limited connectivity, Tinny sound, Poorly-designed base

    Review: Given its unobtrusive design and decent performance for a TV in this class, Samsung’s F4000 Series is well-suited for your kitchen, college dorm and small bedroom, or as an extra TV for gaming. Screen uniformity and overall picture quality are both great for such a small TV. With its 720p resolution and Clear Motion Rate of 120, it is highly recommended for gamers, sports fans and those who enjoy fast-paced action. However, the sound is tinny and the volume is not loud enough, even if you turn it all the way up. The small size of the TV could also mean limited connectivity, only having a single USB port, two HDMI inputs and no other audio output, aside from a headphone jack. Luckily, if you need more ports, you can always expand or add more by purchasing a hub. There are two sizes available in the F4000 series, a 19-inch and a 29-inch. Both have glossy black frames with rounded edges which are acceptable for the price. The stand is poorly designed though, not allowing any adjustments. Even when the screws are attached, the base can still be a bit wobbly and unstable. Hanging the TV on your wall using a wall mount bracket might be the next best option. The remote control also has more buttons than your standard clicker but it is clearly marked and has backlighting for simple operation, both in bright and dark rooms. All things considered, if you don’t need all the newfangled features of more expensive and larger TVs and you just want an affordable, tiny TV without cutting corners on picture quality, you’d be hard pressed to find a better TV than the Samsung F4000 Series.

  • 32\

    32" Black LED 720P HDTV - UN32J4000AFXZA

    623 Reviews

    Consumer Passion : Most passionate
    Popularity : Very popular
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  • HU8550 Series 50\

    HU8550 Series 50"? 4K LED Smart TV (3840x2160, 120 Hz, UHDTV, 3D)

    512 Reviews

    Consumer Passion : Most passionate
    Popularity : Moderately popular
    Amazon.com  Price: See Site  See It

    Pros: Excellent Image quality, Thin bezel, Compatible with One Connect
    Cons: Glossy screen, Needs tweaking

    Review: Take your viewing pleasure a notch higher with the Samsung HU8550 Series. It delivers amazing picture clarity, impressive 3D and stunning 4K resolution without the curved screen. Excellent image quality is achieved after calibration and audio is slightly better than most HDTVs. The unit’s Local Dimming greatly enhances contrast. UHD Upscaling works great too, providing a discernible improvement. To be honest, the difference between standard HD and 4K UHD is minimal in the 50” and 55” models. Good thing that the HU8550 is available in bigger screen sizes ranging from 60” to 85”. Although 4k sources are still limited, the HU8550 has plenty of useful features that make it worth buying. The availability of the One Connect box also ensures that it is as future ready as it can be. You might need to shell out a bit of money for the box but it is still cheaper, considering that it is designed to fit newer standards, thus alleviating the need for a new TV when the time comes. In terms of connectivity, it is complete with an Ethernet port, an optical digital output, an IR port, three USB ports and a total of four HDMI ports, 1 at the back and 3 on the side. The Samsung HU8550 Series sports an almost-frameless, sleek design, paired with a silver brushed metal stand and an equally attractive remote control. Buttons are sensibly placed and you can use the clicker right out of the box as it already has batteries installed. The TV can even be controlled through voice commands. As opposed to other models, the screen of the HU8550 is subject to reflection. Adjusting the brightness may help reduce glare though. Other features include a full web browser and a Quad Core Processor for faster browsing and multitasking. The unit already comes with four 3D active glasses for viewing 3D content. On a minor note, the 3D glasses use CR1620 lithium coin cell batteries which can be hard to find.

  • H4500 Series UN24H4500 24\

    H4500 Series UN24H4500 24" LED TV (1366x768, 120 Hz, HDTV)

    569 Reviews

    Consumer Passion : Most passionate
    Popularity : Moderately popular
    Amazon.com  Price: See Site  See It
  • VIZIO 70 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV M70-C3 UHD TV

    VIZIO 70 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV M70-C3 UHD TV

    451 Reviews

    Consumer Passion : Most passionate
    Popularity : Most popular

    Pros: Solid picture quality, Wide selection of sizes, Dual-band Wi-Fi, Affordable
    Cons: No web browser and HBO Go

    Review: Compared to other 4K TVs, the Vizio M series lets you enjoy UHD picture quality at a very affordable price. It incorporates Full Array LED backlighting with local dimming and a 120Hz effective refresh rate for the smaller models, 240Hz for the larger ones. This 4K TV has an amazingly low input lag and does a good job at upscaling content. Whether you’re watching sports and action-packed movies, or just playing games, the Active LED Zones of the M series, together with Vizio’s Clear Action 360 or 720 technology, deliver highly detailed images, fluid motion, superior contrast and deep black levels for a more realistic experience. Picture calibration is quite easy with six picture modes and freedom to configure advanced settings. The M series has a simple interface. Instead of a gesture or voice-based clicker, it uses its own version of smart remote control. The backlit, two-sided clicker features an uncomplicated layout and a full QWERTY keyboard for easy text input. Web content is pretty limited, especially with the absence of a web browser and HBO Go, but all the major apps such as Netflix, Hulu Plus, YouTube, Vudu, iHeartRadio, Spotify, TuneIn and Pandora are all included so you can stream, listen or download as much as you want. The TV has all the necessary inputs. Side inputs include a USB port, a composite input and a component input. An Ethernet port, a digital optical audio output, an RCA audio output and an RF input can be easily located at the TV’s back panel. There are also three HDMI ports, one of which is compatible with HDCP 2.2 and HDMI 2.0. The Vizio M series features a V6 Six-Core Processor, a built-in 802.11ac Dual-Band Wi-Fi and a wide selection of sizes, from 43 inches to 80 inches. It sits atop two metal legs on each side. From a design standpoint, the base both has its pros and cons. It is more stable and appealing but a wider TV cabinet or furniture must be used.

  • M49-C1 49\

    Pros: Solid picture quality, Wide selection of sizes, Dual-band Wi-Fi, Affordable
    Cons: No web browser and HBO Go

    Review: Compared to other 4K TVs, the Vizio M series lets you enjoy UHD picture quality at a very affordable price. It incorporates Full Array LED backlighting with local dimming and a 120Hz effective refresh rate for the smaller models, 240Hz for the larger ones. This 4K TV has an amazingly low input lag and does a good job at upscaling content. Whether you’re watching sports and action-packed movies, or just playing games, the Active LED Zones of the M series, together with Vizio’s Clear Action 360 or 720 technology, deliver highly detailed images, fluid motion, superior contrast and deep black levels for a more realistic experience. Picture calibration is quite easy with six picture modes and freedom to configure advanced settings. The M series has a simple interface. Instead of a gesture or voice-based clicker, it uses its own version of smart remote control. The backlit, two-sided clicker features an uncomplicated layout and a full QWERTY keyboard for easy text input. Web content is pretty limited, especially with the absence of a web browser and HBO Go, but all the major apps such as Netflix, Hulu Plus, YouTube, Vudu, iHeartRadio, Spotify, TuneIn and Pandora are all included so you can stream, listen or download as much as you want. The TV has all the necessary inputs. Side inputs include a USB port, a composite input and a component input. An Ethernet port, a digital optical audio output, an RCA audio output and an RF input can be easily located at the TV’s back panel. There are also three HDMI ports, one of which is compatible with HDCP 2.2 and HDMI 2.0. The Vizio M series features a V6 Six-Core Processor, a built-in 802.11ac Dual-Band Wi-Fi and a wide selection of sizes, from 43 inches to 80 inches. It sits atop two metal legs on each side. From a design standpoint, the base both has its pros and cons. It is more stable and appealing but a wider TV cabinet or furniture must be used.

  • M55-C2 - 55-inch M-Series 120Hz 4K Ultra HD LED Smart TV

    Pros: Solid picture quality, Wide selection of sizes, Dual-band Wi-Fi, Affordable
    Cons: No web browser and HBO Go

    Review: Compared to other 4K TVs, the Vizio M series lets you enjoy UHD picture quality at a very affordable price. It incorporates Full Array LED backlighting with local dimming and a 120Hz effective refresh rate for the smaller models, 240Hz for the larger ones. This 4K TV has an amazingly low input lag and does a good job at upscaling content. Whether you’re watching sports and action-packed movies, or just playing games, the Active LED Zones of the M series, together with Vizio’s Clear Action 360 or 720 technology, deliver highly detailed images, fluid motion, superior contrast and deep black levels for a more realistic experience. Picture calibration is quite easy with six picture modes and freedom to configure advanced settings. The M series has a simple interface. Instead of a gesture or voice-based clicker, it uses its own version of smart remote control. The backlit, two-sided clicker features an uncomplicated layout and a full QWERTY keyboard for easy text input. Web content is pretty limited, especially with the absence of a web browser and HBO Go, but all the major apps such as Netflix, Hulu Plus, YouTube, Vudu, iHeartRadio, Spotify, TuneIn and Pandora are all included so you can stream, listen or download as much as you want. The TV has all the necessary inputs. Side inputs include a USB port, a composite input and a component input. An Ethernet port, a digital optical audio output, an RCA audio output and an RF input can be easily located at the TV’s back panel. There are also three HDMI ports, one of which is compatible with HDCP 2.2 and HDMI 2.0. The Vizio M series features a V6 Six-Core Processor, a built-in 802.11ac Dual-Band Wi-Fi and a wide selection of sizes, from 43 inches to 80 inches. It sits atop two metal legs on each side. From a design standpoint, the base both has its pros and cons. It is more stable and appealing but a wider TV cabinet or furniture must be used.