The Samsung UN40C5000 ($1199 MSRP) is a neat, little package of a TV, with clean lines and a great feel. But the video performance was decidedly mixed, and we feel Samsung cheaped out by offering a LAN port and optional WiFi, but no access to streaming content.
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