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Samsung UA32D5000 32" LED TV
This TV has a lot to offer in the sub-$1000 range. It has 4 HDMI ports and PC connectivity. These are great features missing on other TVs in this price range.
Critics argue that LED TVs are overpriced as compared to LCDs.
Overall: Study the facts about LCD versus LED before you buy. LED makes for great energy efficiency and a super slim design, but is it worth paying up to $200 more for? Critics are divided on this issue, so you'll have to decide for yourself.
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Samsung WMN450M Mini Wall Mount for 32-60 inch TVs
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