January 22, 2010 – In a preview published today, Televisions.com evaluates the design and features of the Samsung UE 46 B 7000. By referring to the product’s detailed specifications and by drawing on experience with other models in the B 7000 series, the team produced an in-depth discussion of the TV’s capabilities, concluding with a comparison to some competing models. Televisions.com praises the set’s slim casing, which is just 2.9 cm deep, but explains that placing the backlight’s LEDs around the edge of the screen stops the TV from performing local dimming in dark areas of the picture. There’s also praise for the set’s sophisticated multimedia capabilities, which include playback of a wide range of file types via both USB and a DLNA PC network. The pre-viewer was also pleased with the set’s internet connection – this provides the user with an online portal containing services such as You Tube and Flickr, although not with full, PC-style internet access.
The preview moves on to discuss the TV’s built-in tuners and connectivity, which fail to impress. Having already reviewed the related UE 40 B 7000, Televisions.com is able to offer readers some insights into the set’s operation – the preview’s author, Karl-Gerhard Haas, said: "Operation is also tricky during TV viewing: You can only access the aspect ratio setting indirectly through the Tools’ button, and we found navigating through cable TV channels awkward."
Televisions.com’s previews include a list of prices for all variants of the TV in question. In this case, the UE 46 B 7000 is available with either a black or red finish, both of which cost the same. Optional accessories, such as a sound bar and a wall bracket, are also discussed. The comparison section then compares the Samsung to six other LCD TVs currently on the market, in each case highlighting areas in which the Samsung, or its competitor, holds the trump card.
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