Samsung 5000 LED Series – Focusing on the Samsung UE32D5000There is no other brand of television that is more advanced than Samsung. The Samsung 5000 LED televisions for instance epitomize how advanced and innovative they have been in terms of taking over the entire industry. Today, most of the company’s television product line are equipped with highly advanced technological features, are either exclusive and patented or seldom seen in other competing brands. These features include stuff that makes TV viewing more than just what it is. The list includes wireless connectivity and media streaming, USB support, high definition and 3D capabilities, and even access to the web.
And when it comes to sophistication, the UE32D5000 is one of those models belonging to the Samsung 5000 LED that tops most reviews online, and that is for very good reasons. However, it isn’t fancy enough to be borderline outrageous. It does not contain weird features that aren’t really helpful or valuable for someone who just wants to enjoy watching his favorite show or play Blu-ray movies.
On the aspect of design, it looks particularly stunning, considering the fact that it is labeled as a midrange product. There’s a thin black bezel wrapped by a plastic transparent rim. The overall look is quite sleek and modern, which in turn may trick others to think that its a high end television set. Going along the trend of TVs becoming thinner, this one has a thickness of 30mm. You actually couldn’t ask for more especially when you are looking forward to mounting it on the wall. The thing with Samsung 5000 LED TVs is that they use LED technology, and the UE32D5000 is no exception. Thus, it is space saving and energy efficient.
What’s in and What’s Out?
As said before, the Samsung UE32D5000 is considered as a midrange product. Hence, it obviously lacks most of the power punches found in other Samsung LED series. Just like this one, most of Samsung 5000 LED models do not have Wi-Fi and Smart Hub, the company’s internet content community. While these things may come as additional fun, they aren’t really a necessity if the reason you bought television in the first place is to watch movies and shows on it.
But to offset what’s lacking, there is actually some good stuff you can expect from this TV. For instance, it supports DLNA media streaming. So to compensate the lack of Wi-Fi, you can play music, movies, videos, and even browse photos from your computer or mobile devices, provided you are able to hook them up to your television. Apart from that, the USB slots also become handy for viewing files in your flash drives or external hard drive via universal serial bus.
Overall, the UE32D5000 is the kind of TV you need without really worrying about the issue of whether you’ve made a good investment out of it. The remarkably inexpensive price makes it quite practical, but without actually sacrificing the basic features and functionality of a regular LED TV.