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  1. Samsung LE15E31S review

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    At the time of writing, Samsung's LE15E31S is the cheapest LCD TV sold by any mainstream manufacturer. It even undercuts screens from the ├╝ber-budget likes of Bush and Goodmans. Amazing.

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    Samsung PS42V4SKX review

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    Samsung's high-tech PS42V4SKX is certainly cheap for a 'big-name' AV brand and it still manages to include Samsung's DNIe processing technology. Aesthetically, though, the PS42V4SK doesn't push the right buttons

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    Samsung LW32A33W review

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    Along with Sharp, Samsung has been pushing the boundaries of LCD for the last few years, and has promised us some HD-ready giants later this year to match Sharp's 45in model. Until then, however, there's this HD-ready 32in LCD

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    Samsung LE32A41B review

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    Samsung delivers new LCD TVs into the UK on what feels like a weekly basis. Today it's the turn of the LE32A41B and very pretty it is too, with its glossy black screen frame and curvaceous silver chassis

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    Samsung PS42P4A review

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    In spite of striking a deal with Sony to supply all of the Japanese giant's core plasma screens, Samsung's own plasma talents have seemingly been on the wane. So what's the story with the new PS42P4A?

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    Samsung PS42P4A review

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    Football fans have a habit of referring to 'sleeping giants'; teams like Aston Villa and Nottingham Forest, who have a proud history, but continue to fall way short of what is expected of them.

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    Samsung LW40A23WDX review

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    Producer of one of the first 40in LCD screens, Samsung has a reputation for being a pioneer in the LCD market. That TV started the whole plasma vs LCD battle for top billing in the big-screen stakes.

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    Samsung LW32A33W review

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    The first of three 32in LCDs in First Tests this issue comes from Korean brand Samsung, long associated with LCD in both monitor and TV incarnations, which serves to explain our excited curiosity as we delve behind yet another...

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    Samsung PS42P4A review

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    Although Samsung is doing pretty well in the LCD world at the moment, it seems to have lost its way with plasma. However this plasma TV is far from being some last-throw-of-the-dice shrinking violet

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    Samsung LW40A23W review

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    With the previous model in its 'LW' series, Korean manufacturer Samsung managed to produce one the first 40in LCD screens, thus kick-starting the battle with plasma for top billing in the big-screen stakes.

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    Samsung LW32A33W review

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    To say Samsung that turns out a lot of LCD TVs is like saying the poll tax was a bit unpopular. As well as supplying the core panel technology for a surprising number of other household electronics brands...

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    Samsung LW32A33W review

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    LCD technology has been kind to Samsung. The explosion in popularity of LCD TVs and monitors played right into the Korean giant's hands, as arguably no other big-name brand was better prepared to meet the manufacturing demands of the LCD revolution.

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    Samsung 730MW review

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    Producing a good LCD TV is one thing; crafting a three-in-one LCD TV, FM radio and PC monitor is quite another - and Samsung has done its homework to produce each feature to a high standard.Let's start by looking at the 730MW as a television.

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    Samsung SP50L7HX review

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    In comparison with equivalently jumbo-sized plasma and LCD displays, DLP rear-projection TVs represent astonishing value for money. DLP's reputation for picture clarity is considerable

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    Samsung WS32A116DSXXEU review

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    The fact that Samsung's WS32A116DSXXEU has a ridiculously long name isn't its only point of interest. Hitherto referred to as the WS32, this screen gives you all the Freeview channels without an external set-top box

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    Samsung PS42P4A review

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    Producing a decent range of television screens is very much like managing a football club. If Panasonic and Sony are Arsenal and Chelsea, then clearly Samsung is Newcastle - a team with a proud history that consistently underperforms.

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    Samsung SyncMaster 243T review

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    It may be widescreen in shape and generous in size, but the SyncMaster 243T isn't strictly designed for home entertainment use. While at a cursory glance you may take this slick silver customer for a television...

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    Samsung LW15M13C review

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    Thank goodness for companies like Samsung. If it weren't for the Korean manufacturer, mere mortals with limited funds wouldn't be able to take advantage of some of the finest technology known to man

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    Samsung 730MW review

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    Samsung has crafted the 730MW to be all things to all people: this 17in TFT LCD screen is a television, a monitor and an FM radio all rolled into one very snazzy solution

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    Samsung SP50L7HX review

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    Whatever else we discover about Samsung's new SP50L7HX, it's certainly not shy. The gorgeous, flush gloss-black screen frame with its three exposed, circular speaker ports is pretty spectacular in itself...

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