Samsung UNES8000 Smart TV First Impressions Review

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Edgelit LED gets new apps, gesture and voice control and facial recognition outshine display updates.

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Introduction

Samsung's OLED TV may have been the most advanced TV unveiled at their CES event, but the UNES8000 Smart LED TV will be the most likely to end up in consumers' living rooms. With a full complement of apps, a Kinect-like user interface that can read gestures and facial expressions and an upgradeable set of features, it's a television we're very interested in testing. Unfortunately, there's no word on pricing -- but we expect this flagship LED-edgelit LCD to be one of the costliest Samsungs on the market.

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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Tour & Design
  3. Performance Features
  4. 3D
  5. Connectivity & Media
  6. Controls, Menu & Remote
  7. Conclusion
  8. Series Comparision
  9. Specs

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