The Samsung UN60H7150 LED TV can be showcased in a review under the H7150 model, but the specs reveal different sizes that each come with unique product codes. Now that we are moving towards the time for thinking about gifts, we have been highlighting different products ideal for adults and children, so within this article we’ll take a closer look at a more luxury product.
If you are happy to splash out around $1000 on someone special, or even for yourself, then the Samsung 60-inch Class LED Smart TV is one option with its full 1080P, 240Hz, and 3D HDTV technology. One model is the Samsung UN60H7150 TV, and we want to highlight the specs below for this model along with some hands-on reviews to give our readers a closer look.
Samsung H7100 Series LED TV sizes – firstly, let’s point out the 7100 series comes in a number of models that include the H7150. This also comes in different sizes, which are mainly made up from a 46-inch, 55-inch, 60-inch, 65-inch, and finally the bigger 75-inch model.
The model numbers will change with slight adjustments based on the model and size. For the Samsung H7150 series, this would be UN60H7150AFXZA for the 60-inch LED TV and UN55H7150AFXZA for the 55-inch version. The full specification list reveals not much changes between these H7150 models, other than the size of course.
In terms of price, you can expect to pay an extra $300 for the extra 5-inches. Best Buy currently sell the UN60H7150 for just under $1,300, although if you don’t mind dropping 5-inches to the UN55H7150 then you can save $300 and pickup the LED TV at under $1,000. We should also note that during the Samsung Black Friday and Thanksgiving 2014 sales, you stand a good chance of saving a few hundred dollars more.
Hands-on reviews – if you want to learn more about the series as a whole, or just the H7150 model, then you should watch the video reviews below this article. They include an unboxing with the Samsung 7100 Series 65-inch LED TV, a review for Samsung’s H7150 and another with the exact UN65h7150 65-inch model, and finally a look at these new TVs when they were featured at CES 2014.
We have included the full specs list below that should be identical for all H7150 sizes, other than the screen size of course. Do you think the 60-inch model would be worth the extra $300 for 5-inches more?
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