I'm Sharon Vaknin for cnet.com, here with the first look at the Samsung UND8000 television.
Now, this TV is really similar to the D7000.
The only difference between this TV and the 7000 series is that it has Samsung's Micro Dimming technology which is like edge-based Local Dimming.
It's a 3D TV.
It is also Wi-Fi enabled and it has DLNA connectivity.
It also has a 240 Hz refresh rate and a full web browser from Samsung.
Unlike the D7000 series, this TV also has a 0.2-inch frame so you have a really thin slick design.
So thin that the controls are all in the back of the TV.
Pricing isn't yet available, but this TV will be out in the spring.
For cnet.com, I'm Sharon Vaknin.
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