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Samsung UN40EH5300 vs. UN46EH300 TV models

When choosing the right TV there are so many factors to consider, but being able to narrow down the brand will be one huge hurdle out of the way. Most people already have a model in mind and stick with that brand, and Samsung would be a very good choice. This is because they offer a mix of quality and reasonable pricing.

The next step is to choose your size, and while some of you would agree that a 32-inch is too small nowadays, 50-inch is considered a little too big, which just leaves the 40-inch range.

With that in mind there are two models that you should consider, and that is the Samsung UN40EH5300 and UN46EH300. Both offer the same specs and features, so it will just come down to two factors, size and price.

Both LED TVs come with Full HD 1080p resolution, built-in digital tuner with the ability to watch three broadcasts at once, built-in Wi-Fi offering a greater amount of online content, 3 HDMI inputs and 2 USB ports.

The Samsung UN46EH300 HD TV packs a punch in terms of features
The Samsung UN46EH300 HD TV packs a punch in terms of features

The price of the Samsung UN40EH5300 and UN46EH300 LED HDTVs varies from store to store, but we can see that one particular retailer has these TVs priced at just $100 apart, which isn’t bad when you consider you could gain an extra 6-inches.

If you could have the larger model for $100 more, surely that would be the better option, unless you are limited on space?

Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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