In terms of features, every model in the LN-S95D series is virtually identical, with a jack-pack highlighted by two HDMI inputs, two component inputs, and a VGA-style PC input. They also both have an integrated HDTV tuner but lack a CableCard slot. This means you'll be able to receive over-the-air HDTV without an external set-top box but will need an external box for digital cable--no big deal in our book, since a cable box can provide benefits CableCard can't, such as a DVR.
August 16, 2006 2:32 AM PDT / Updated: August 16, 2006 2:32 AM PDT
Quick Take: The Samsung LN-S95D series consists of two flat-panel LCD HDTVs: the 46-inch LN-S4695D and the 40-inch LN-S4095D. They both have a native resolution of 1,920x1,080, a.k.a. 1080p, which means they should be able to display every detail of 1080i and 1080p HDTV sources. We have not reviewed these sets yet, so we cannot comment on their performance, but we hope to review them soon. We have reviewed the somewhat similar Samsung LN-S4051D, but we cannot say that the LN-S95D series will offer similar performance.