Monday, 8 October 2012


The Samsung UE32ES6300 offers wide variety of features and has very good specs but it is also offered at a very reasonable price.
Samsung UE32ES6300
Samsung UE32ES6300 3D LED TV
The Samsung 32-inch Series 6 SMART 3D TV is a slim and lightweight LCD TV. Its physical dimensions without the stand measure 74 cm wide by 44.8 cm high by 4.7 cm deep and it weighs 6.5 kg (14.3 lbs). TheSamsung Series 6 ES6300 TV is packed with SMART TV functions and offers numerous connectivity options, making this HD LED TV an entertainment hub in the home. The Samsung Series 6 ES6300 TV has a screen measuring 81.3 cm (32 inches) diagonally and it offers 1080p Full HD images with vivid, rich colour and details, besides 3D and 3D-convertibility options. Additionally incorporating features such as Wide colour Enhancer Plus, Digital Noise Filter, and 200 Clear Motion Rate, this HD LED TV gives an exhilarating viewing experience.

Samsung Smart TV features

The high-quality video on the Samsung 32-inch Series 6 SMART 3D TV is matched by Dolby Digital Plus, SRS Theatre Sound HD that takes care of inconsistent volume and unintelligible vocals, and DTS 2.0 for a superior audio experience. Cloud technology, Wi-Fi functionality providing Internet access, and an integrated tuner empower this Samsung 32-inch Series 6 SMART 3D TV to provide Skype, music, Web browsing, gaming, and downloading of apps, as well as making it compatible with most modern gadgets such as smartphones, tablets, PCs, and laptops, all within a comfortable living room environment.

Samsung UE32ES6300 specifications:
Display technology: LED LCD
Screen size: 32-inch
Resolution: 1080p (HD)
Definition: HDTV
Display resolution: 1920x1080 pixels
3D technology: 3D
WiFi connection:: Built-in WiFi
Smart TV features: Downloadable Apps, Internet Browsing, Internet Streaming Interface

1 comment:

  1. This 32” LG is going to be a huge step up from my old 480p box I have in the den now. I’ve been looking into Samsung specifically; one of my coworkers at DISH (who knows a ton about TVs), was recommending them to me. I’m getting a Hopper whole-home DVR that will send all my high definition channels to every room, so I’m looking to upgrade the last 2 SD sets we have. I’m excited to have HD in every room because ever since we upgraded 2 of our rooms to HD, the family always seems to be fighting over them. We got so spoiled that we don’t want to watch our shows in standard-def anymore LOL. Thankfully once I get the new TVs and the Hopper installed, that won’t be a problem anymore!