52 Inch Samsung LCD TV Review

By: Emilee Farber

Televisions are wonderful item, and similar to humans, they are always evolving. The newest breed of television for Samsung is the LN52B750 with HDTV. This television is truly a delight to own, even though there is so much high-end technology in one simple box. What causes the Samsung LN52B750 to be a great TV?

A lot. To begin with it comes in a sleek, stylish package because even though we all want the latest technology and doo-dads, nobody wants an ugly, cumbersome piece of furniture taking up space in their home. The Samsung LN52B750 comes in a sleek "Touch of Charcoal Grey" that looks distinctively modern.

It gets even better, it has integrated anti blur software, excellent contrast ratio, awesome full HD resolution and the fastest processing speeds out there. You'll feel like you're in the movie theater when you're right at home.

Just like any other new television, the Samsung LN52B750 has lots of toys with it; It may be normal to have picture-in-picture, but the Anynet+ is no normal picture-in-picture and it combines with everything else to allow you to control your HD with a simple TV remote. That's fewer buttons for you to clean up when the kids get them sticky and a lot less changing of batteries.

These extras are obviously great, but pale in comparison to the [email protected] service, which lets you use your favorite computer applications like YouTube and Flickr right there on your television set. Also, the Samsung LN52B750 is able to be integrated with a phone, PC, MP3 player and lots of other technical devices so that you won't have to get up from the couch for a minute.

The last thing was made by the people who thought up LCD and is the image you get on your screen. You'll have natural colors and the blackest blacks. Even if you don't purchase the Samsung LN52B750, you should at least think about it.

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