I'm Sharon Vaknin for cnet.com, here with the first look at the Samsung UND 6400 series TV.
Now, this is an LED TV and it's a stepdown from the D7000 series which has 3D.
So this is only a 2D TV, but you're still getting a great picture.
It has a 120 Hz refresh rate and it is internet capable or you'll need to buy Samsung's wireless dongle.
And once you do, you'll have access to the app store where you can access internet services like Netflix, Pandora, or any others that you download from Samsung's app store.
This TV also has DLNA connectivity, so you can connect to your home network and access content through their.
But right now, we don't have pricing available for this TV, but we know it will be out in the first half of 2011.
For cnet.com, I'm Sharon Vaknin and this is a first look at the Samsung UND 6400 series LED TV.
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