Hi, I'm Sharon Vaknin for CNET.com here with the first look at the Samsung UND7000 series LED.
Now, this is a 3D TV.
It has a 240 Hz refresh rate along with the striking 0.2-inch edge so you have an extremely thin LED TV.
It's also Wi-Fi-enabled so you have access to Samsung's web browser along with DLNA connectivity to your home network
and Samsung's internet services like Skype or Netflix.
Unlike the D8000 series, this TV doesn't have Samsung's micro dimming technology, but it comes in smaller sizes like 40 and 46 inches.
Pricing isn't available yet but this TV will be out in the spring.
For CNET.com, I'm Sharon Vaknin and this is a first look at the Samsung UND7000 series LED.
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