Samsung PN59D7000FF Plasma 3D HDTV Review
A stunning, high-end plasma TV fashioned by Samsung for 2011.
The Samsung PN59D7000 ($2,599 MSRP) is a stunning, high-end plasma TV fashioned by Samsung for 2011. It has 59 inches of great, 1080p picture quality, and as a second-generation plasma, it handles 3D reasonably well. Replete with integrated WiFi and a Smart Hub of apps and streaming, this could be the one stop for your every TV need.
Before you buy the Samsung PN59D7000, take a look at these other televisions.
- Tour & Design
- Blacks & Whites
- Color Accuracy
- Viewing Effects
- Audio & Menus
- Multimedia & Internet
- Power Consumption
- Samsung PN59D8000 Comparison
- Panasonic Viera TC-P55VT30 Comparison
- Sony Bravia KDL-46HX729 Comparison
- Series Comparison
- Photo Gallery
- Ratings & Specs
News and Features
We round up the best Thanksgiving TV episodes of all time.
Prices are dropping quicker than the temperature this season.
These programmable wands might actually be magical.
This year's nominees could be a click away.
Sony is ceasing production of Betamax video tapes next year in March.
And even then, you'd better be a fan of Chappie and The Smurfs 2.
It's cheaper and more feature-packed than a Chromecast.
Vizio's smart TVs are sharing your information—unless you opt out.
Whether it's a bank-breaking OLED or a bargain buy, these are the best TVs of 2015.