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Samsung UN65F7100AFXZA LED HDTV backed by review

Over the years we have seen a huge number of TV brands release a new model that promises to be a vast improvement over previous versions from the series, and one brand that does this more than most is Samsung. Earlier this year they released the UN65F7100 LED HDTV, a replacement to the popular ES7100 series from 2012.

We knew the moment the Samsung UN65F7100AFXZA LED 1080p, 240hz TV was released it was going to do well because of its sleek design and a full host of features. It is for this reason why this is one of the better models, and so would be the perfect choice for PS4 and Xbox One owners this Christmas.

Don’t take our word for it though because we knew the moment we read the very first Samsung UN65F7100AFXZA review from an owner that the bold claims by the South Korean consumer electronics maker were backed up.

It’s the same when you look all over the Internet, and the 200 Samsung UN65F7100AFXZA reviews on Best Buy claims that those owners would recommend the model to a friend or family member.


There are plenty of reasons for this, with the Samsung UN65F7100 specs being the most obvious. The screen size is 65 inches, it is 1080p and comes with a 240hz refresh rate and Clear Motion Rate 720, perfect for gaming, Micro Dimming technology helps to control the dimming of the brightness, and DTS Premium Sound 5.1 helps to complete the package.

Connections for the Samsung UN65F7100AFXZA LED TV are 4 HDMI inputs and 3 USB ports. However, it is Samsung’s Smart TV 2.0 features that make this model far more than the sum of its parts because you gain access to a host of extra content on the Internet.

If you are interested in this TV and would like to read some of the reviews, then visit Best Buy for a consumer perspective. However, if you would like to know other aspects of the Samsung UN65F7100AFXZA LED TV, such as its width to see if it will fit where you plan to showcase it, or a set-up guide, then visit Samsung to download a manual.



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