Samsung PN59D7000FF Plasma 3D HDTV Review
A stunning, high-end plasma TV fashioned by Samsung for 2011.
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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.
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