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Thin and attractive.
Very smooth panning.
Auto 3D conversion.
Overall sharp and vibrant pictures.
Galore of Web content and services.
Backlit remote control.
Strong A/V connectivity options.
Wi-Fi and DLNA support.
Great Freeview HD picture.
Remote is hard to navigate.
Colors are oversaturated and bleed into each other.
Heavy crosstalk and flickering under 3D mode.
Above-average black level.
Too many breakout cables.
No integrated Wi-Fi.
3D specs cost extra.
Socket adaptors spoil the slim profile.
Contrast and brightness could be better.
By Plasma TV Buying Guide on August 08, 2011
At $1950 at local retailers, the UN40C7000 is an attractive but pricey options for this size of display. I'm actually a little surprised Samsung produced a 40" LCD with 3D ready features and in the super thin LED back lit category. All of...89
By TechRadar on February 18, 2011
Samsung's concentration on aesthetics and high-end features goes down very well in the mass market, but the 7 Series screen won't appeal to everyone. Design-wise, it's part stunning, part gaudy; a black frame with silver highlights is...80
By Macworld on January 20, 2011
The Samsung C7000 series LED 3D 240hz TVs are brimming with Web apps and "Wi-Fi ready" (add a LinkStick adapter and you're good to go). They also boast decent image quality, an attractive, superslim design, and a remote that resembles an old Razr...80
By PCWorld on December 22, 2010
The Samsung C7000 series delivers generally good picture quality, but oversaturation, moving buildings, and a poor range of side viewing angles are flaws....80
By HDTV Solutions on November 19, 2010
The Samsung UN40C7000's rich display of 2D content makes me forgive its occasional hot spot hiccups that are still too prevalent in edge-lit LED displays. And its 3D performance is not the in-your-face experience that you might desire. But this...70
By HDTVexpert on November 10, 2010
If you attended CES back in January, you couldnt escape 3D. It was everywhere in every booth, staring down from plasma and LCD TVs, projected from hanging screens, and dazzling on super-thin OLED monitors.There is no question that TV...-
By CNET UK on October 04, 2010
Samsung's UE46C7000 is a good-looking TV that does a great job with both SD and HD content. Its 3D ability is good, but not brilliant -- for the optimum 3D experience, we think you need a slightly larger set than this 46-incher. Even so, it's a...70
By PCStats on August 19, 2010
Samsung's UN55C7000 3DTV is the type of technology you'll fall in love with a first sight, but it may leave you feeling a few regrets the morning after. Being able to watch HD movies in 3D is the big selling point here, and the first time you...90
By HardwareZone.com on August 18, 2010
It's time to round up the LED C7000, and we have nothing but praise for Samsung's revitalized looks. The Series 7 looks mighty impressive with its stylish X-shaped stand and renewed Crystal Design. What's more, Samsung's implementation...75
By CgeNa on July 22, 2010
I think I have said enough good things about this product. If youve got the means to purchase this TV then go ahead and splurge. No doubt about it, entertainment is tripled with more features, great functionality, and of the 3D feature which...86