UND8000 series

The UND8000 is Samsung's best LED TV for 2011, with improved local dimming from an edge-lit configuration and a touch-screen remote, not to mention a 0.2-inch-wide frame.

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UND8000 series with 3D 'Shrek'

Like many Samsung TVs, the flagship UND8000 is 3D-compatible. And yes, it, too, can play the "Shrek" 3D Blu-ray.
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UND7000 series

Another Samsung LED TV with a 0.2-inch bezel is the UND7000 series. Instead of metal, however, its bezel has a transparent edge.

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UND7000 series with picture

It's easier to appreciate the thinness of the bezel when the TV is turned on.
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UND6400 series

The UND6400 series lacks that thin bezel, but otherwise it's similar to the UND700. It's described by Samsung as an "affordable" LED-based 3D TV.

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PDP8000 series

Samsung's flagship plasma TV from last year, the PNC8000 series, was our second-favorite TV of 2010, so it's no surprise we expect good things from its successor, the PND8000 series.

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PDP7000 series

Samsung didn't detail the D7000 plasma in its press info, but we do know that it has a different-colored bezel (charcoal and not silver) and lacks the D8000's Web browser and touch-screen remote.
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PDP6500 series

The midlevel PND6500 series showcases many of the company's changes compared with its 2010 plasmas.

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UND6000 series

Samsung didn't provide any information on this lower-end series, or any of the ones that follow, but we're posting the images anyway for the curious. The ones with model names that begin "UN" are LED-based LCDs, and the ones with "PD" are plasmas.
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UND5000 series

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UND4000 series

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PDP680 series

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PDP490 series

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PDP450 series

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