Samsung UE22ES5410W 22-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p Smart TV with Freeview and Built-in Wi-Fi – White

June 24, 2013 - Comment

Bring home a world of new entertainment options. The Samsung 22 ES5410W LED TV features built-in wireless LAN capabilities, making it easy for you to connect to the Internet and your devices. Youll be able to access a wide range of online Smart Hub content and services. Widescreen Skype video chats are also possible if

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Bring home a world of new entertainment options. The Samsung 22 ES5410W LED TV features built-in wireless LAN capabilities, making it easy for you to connect to the Internet and your devices. Youll be able to access a wide range of online Smart Hub content and services. Widescreen Skype video chats are also possible if you add a Skype camera kit. And, with Wide Colour Enhancer Plus, youll always enjoy richly vivid and realistic picture quality.

Product Features

  • 1920 x 1080 Pixel Resolution
  • 50Hz
  • 22″ LED SmartTV
  • Freeview Tuner

Comments

Laughing John says:

Nice TV, no useful apps yet I bought this TV for the bedroom, here’s some of the pro/cons.It looks nice (the wife likes it and that’s always a positive. For me it was a toss-up between this and a slightly larger panasonic that was reported to have a better picture but very few features. Crucially it also looked blocky and and old fashioned so the wife was not impressed.I hoped it would support LoveFilm and iPlayer/itvplayer/4od apps. In fact these aren’t available (4/5/2012) which is very annoying from my perspective as they are the only ones I really wanted. It even shows LoveFilm in the picture being used to advertise it FFS (see above). I’m sure that could be construed as misleading.Note: This TV does NOT have an HD tuner!!!The picture is very nice on the whole, it does suffer a little “fuzziness” with freeview, but is better than many sets I’ve seen and it’s still very watch-able. With the exception of the “film” pre-set picture modes are garishly bright and…

Webman says:

Great TV – Got BBC iPlayer Working a treat ! I Bought this TV to replace an old Analog 15inch Samsing LCD that i’ve had for a good few years and i’m not dissapointed.The Picture is excellent after a bit of dabbling with the picture settings.The Sound is ok and pretty much what you’d expect for a TV of this size.Had it connected to my wireless network within a couple of minutes (bearing in mind you have to input the wireless password using a TV remote control, but it’s a one off excersise, so not an issue)Plays pretty much everything i’ve got on my Network – The menus took me a while to get my head round as they’re a bit different to my other Samsung equipment, but I soon got used to them !I downloaded BBC iPlayer which at first didn’t work, but once i’d upgraded the TV firmware, (I had to download it from the samsung website as the online update didn’t find a newer firmware to install) (it downloads as an .exe file that you then have to run and save the firmware image…

M. Dewison says:

Superb little TV Slight delay in delivery but all was forgotten after unpacking small box and firing up. Looks lovely in white with a nice clear glass bezel. Auto tuned all Freeview channels without a problem and didn’t need the instructions to connect to my router, (which was close by). Then put the Samsung through it’s paces. Good picture in HD or normal mode. Sound not bad from rear of set which could be a problem if fitting to a wall, as were the myriad of connections on the back which might need angled connectors. Only 2 USB’s and a Common Interface facing sideways. Not a probem for me as used in bedroom sitting on top of a drawer unit. Remote very intuitive. Best thing though was the Internet side. Connected effortlessly to all the iplayers and lots of other content, playing with only a small amount of buffering, although my ADSL isn’t that fast (About 6Mb/sec). Have it connected via a 2 tuner Toshiba HD PVR, which gives me all my recording/playback functionality. All in all, an attractive Smart…

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