Please ignore the little bump along the top center bezel; this image is of the step-up and otherwise similar-looking UNES7500, and we’ll replace it with the proper image, sans bump, when we can.
LAS VEGAS–On high-end LED-based TVs, our favorite picture quality extra is a full-array backlight with local dimming, which allows different areas of the screen to dim independently of one another.
Meanwhile, the Vizio’s 2D picture quality was very good for the price overall compared with other edge-lit LED TVs, highlighted by deep black levels and well-rendered shadows.
Available in three sizes, its main differentiator compared with the other two–the UNES7500 and the flagship UNES8000–is lack of the company’s new Smart Interaction voice/gesture control feature.
Aside from the bezel width and micro-dimming plus, as well as a 240Hz refresh rate, the UNES7100 shares essentially the same features as the UNES6500.
Of course, what’s really important is the LCD panel itself, a huge slab of 1080p Full HD capable LCD TFT with a 240Hz refreshes rate, 3D support, and Samsung’s Micro Dimming Plus technology.
Samsung UNES7100 series features:0.2-inch thin bezelMicro-dimming plus local dimmingEdge-lit LED backlightIncludes two pair of 3D glasses240Hz refresh rateSmart Hub connected TV suiteSamsung UNES7100 series models (price and availability TBD):Samsung UN46ES7100: 46-inchSamsung UN55ES7100: 55-inchSamsung UN60ES7100: 60-inch.
” Happily, Samsung isn’t focusing entirely on the third-dimension with its new D8000 Series HDTVs: the 55-inch UN55D8000 also promises superlative 2D performance and Smart TV functionality including network streaming, all wrapped up in a wafer-thin bezel.
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