Samsung 40" Full HD 1080p 100Hz Ultra Slim LED TV with built-in Freeview UE40B7020VWXXU - £899.07 (+ Delivery £5) + 4% quidco and £5 voucher @ Tesco Direct - HotUKDeals
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Samsung 40" Full HD 1080p 100Hz Ultra Slim LED TV with built-in Freeview UE40B7020VWXXU - £899.07 (+ Delivery £5) + 4% quidco and £5 voucher @ Tesco Direct

£899.07 @ Tesco Direct
This Samsung 40" LED TV has an ultra slim finish in black. This TV comes with built-in Freeview in full HD and a 7 day electronic programme guide. This TV has a 1080p resolution and 100Hz picture freq… Read More
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7y, 7m agoFound 7 years, 7 months ago
This Samsung 40" LED TV has an ultra slim finish in black. This TV comes with built-in Freeview in full HD and a 7 day electronic programme guide. This TV has a 1080p resolution and 100Hz picture frequency, as well as SRS TruSurround Sound, 4 HDMI connections and 1 SCART socket.

Cheapest I could find on the net.
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#1
if anyone goes through here use Quidco 4% and also there is a £5 off voucher for tesco direct on quidco popup
#2
actually cant see better
#3
I seriously do not think the people who voted cold have any idea about this TV. It is well over £1,000 elsewhere. I challenge anyone to find a cheaper deal before voting cold!
#4
Bigjmill
if anyone goes through here use Quidco 4% and also there is a £5 off voucher for tesco direct on quidco popup


Thanks, I've updated the title but still cannot understand the cold votes:?:
#5
Why the hell is this cold? It's an LED TV!!!
#7
Heat from Pete :thumbsup:
#8
So what's the REAL difference between LCD vs LED? Also, I thought that there is a bit of competition on the next gen of flat screen tech?

ahleung
#9
hot from me
#10
Hot Hot Hot
#11
ahleung
So what's the REAL difference between LCD vs LED? Also, I thought that there is a bit of competition on the next gen of flat screen tech?

ahleung


The difference is that the screens are both LCD but the LEDs replace the Fluorescent tube in the back of a standard LCD. The results are amazing and put the sets close to plasma in quality of picture/contrast/ghosting etc and makes the sets ultra thin and they consume a fraction of the power of a plasma.

The real next-gen sets are OLED where the LCD gets replace by OLEDs which do not require backlighting. Unfortunately there are issues with the lifespan of the OLED which means that the picture will be half as bright as new after 2-3 years. It will be a while before these sets have the same quality at a reasonable price.
#12
BTW HOT as I haven't seen them under £1K either!
#13
Have some heat :thumbsup:
#14
Why buy a LED tv if you can get a Samsung 40" LCD 200Hz with 80W power consumption for £799? I don't know much about LED so I won't vote. I think people vote cold because LED is kind of obsolete.
#15
Voted hot + rep left :thumbsup:
#16
Nice to see it go + degrees, god knows why the cold voters.
#17
tommyturnip
Nice to see it go + degrees, god knows why the cold voters.


:thumbsup:

Could not understand the cold votes either as this is the cheapest price for the TV so far.

BTW ...the HD picture quality on these sets is superb.
#18
spaceman763
:thumbsup:

Could not understand the cold votes either as this is the cheapest price for the TV so far.

BTW ...the HD picture quality on these sets is superb.


MY brother saw one last weekend and could get over how much better it was than his Panny plasma (£1600 worth 2 years ago). He was banging on about the ambi light working amazingly well and really enhancing the viewing.
#19
this tv is not in stock just tried to buy and saying one or more items is out of stock.when going through to the checkout.
#20
Excellent LED price for this superb TV...LED and OLEd are the future...NOT old technology as someone said!
#21
this tv is out of stock when you go throgh to the checkout it says. Sorry, we could not place your order as one or more items have now gone out of stock
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pet2000
Why buy a LED tv if you can get a Samsung 40" LCD 200Hz with 80W power consumption for £799? I don't know much about LED so I won't vote. I think people vote cold because LED is kind of obsolete.
-how ignorant is it possible to be?
#23
£1299 for me :whistling:

mast be expired, otherwise super hot!
#24
spaceman763
I seriously do not think the people who voted cold have any idea about this TV.


Or maybe the people who voted cold know EVERYTHING about this TV.
The major flaw in these TV's is the auto dimming feature, which can not be disabled. And when I say major, I mean MAJOR. When the picture transitions from light to dark quickly, or vice versa, the dimming doesn't respond quickly enough, leaving you with a second or two with little to see clearly on the screen (and although this was pointed out when the TV's were released, Samsung neglected to fix the flaw in their 2nd gen LED TV's).
They also suffer input lag, which is no good for gamers. And there are other little niggly problems that put MANY people of buying them (RF remote so you can't use your All4One etc is another annoyance). I was more than willing to shell out £1600 when they were released, and then I had a look at one myself and was thoroughly dissapointed with it.
Aesthetically they look fantastic, but I like to buy a TV for more than it's looks, and this one really didn't satisfy those needs, while many much cheaper TV's did.

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