Update (31/04/2009): Thanks to those who got in touch, we’ve now posted some videos of Samsung’s new LED TVs which may be of interest.

Long gone are the days when every household would queue up to upgrade to the latest trend of LCD / plasma television sets. Samsung have now upped their game by launching their latest LED (that’s right, Light Emitting Diode) widescreen tellies.


From its pebble stone like remote control to the television set itself. Not only are the two new Series 6 and 7 LED TVs thin (1.2″) but are also superior in just about every other way imaginable. Instead of multiple parts molded together, these LED TVs are one solid, piece of advanced technology, elegantly supported by a unique crystal neck.


Particularly impressive is the spec that Samsung have been able to cram into these 12″ “Crystal TVs”, the Series 7 for example boasts built in woofer, gaming mode, a range of connectivities including internet tv, wireless LAN, 2x USB, DTV tuner, 4x HDMI and weighs round about 22.2 kg. The LED range is no exception to sporting luxurious features such as Mega Contrast Ratio, Wide Colour Enhancer Pro with LED Gamut and 100Hz Motion Plus technology, all of which assists in delivering the best and most vibrant detail and colours possible.


The Series 7 mentioned before also provides an extra widget controller feature which allows you to connect to the web and explore common interests such as weather, news and stock. On board internet@TV allows you to surf the web just like the browser on your computer except you’re doing it on a 55″ screen! Making the most out of the internet, LED 7000 series’ Content Flash Library also allows you to download games and tools to be run on the telly, this certainly isn’t a functionality offered by your average TV!

Of course Samsung have also made these LED TVs so that its impressive quality doesn’t mean compromising our planet’s environment. Both the Series 6 and 7 LED tellies are recyclable and environmentally friendly with a frame that contains no non-environment friendly VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds), while it is running you will save up to 40% of power consumption compared to the average telly. When its not, an ultra low power consuming standby mode (<0.1watts) is available so that no excess energy is wasted and therefore automatically helps you cut down on your carbon footprint.

To find out more and to check out some videos of the latest Samsung LED TVs, click here

Update (31/04/2009): Thanks to those who got in touch, we’ve now posted some videos of Samsung’s new LED TVs which may be of interest.

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    safis says:

    I really prefer the Samsung LED TV series rather than LCD TV, I think we got the latest one, LED TV 8 series

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    “internet@TV allows you to surf the web just like the browser on your computer” – actually, it doesn't. The apps are very restrictive.

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