Samsung has a bunch of 4K TVs at CES 2014, and most of them include curvature, wacky easel stands, and/or sizes and prices far beyond the grasp of mortal man. The UNHU8500 series is the mainstream antidote, and it has our favorite picture-enhancing LED LCD feature.
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