Samsung UE22F5410 22-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p Slim Smart LED with Built-In Wi-Fi – White

June 24, 2013 - Comment

The Samsung F5410 SmartTV uses some of the latest Television technology available, combining fantastic picture quality with a comprehensive Smart TV platform. Connect to your home network easily thanks to integrated Wi-Fi, this gives you access to one of the most advanced Smart TV platforms; watch your favourite programmes with On-Demand services like BBC iPlayer

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The Samsung F5410 SmartTV uses some of the latest Television technology available, combining fantastic picture quality with a comprehensive Smart TV platform. Connect to your home network easily thanks to integrated Wi-Fi, this gives you access to one of the most advanced Smart TV platforms; watch your favourite programmes with On-Demand services like BBC iPlayer or enjoy the Web thanks to an integrated Web Browser. An innovative S-Recommendation technology learns the type of programmes you enjoy, making a note of your preferences and recommending programmes for you to watch based on those results, meaning you’ll never be at a loss for what to watch. LED backlighting technology not only provides a fantastic colour and clarity unseen in other television types whilst also being incredible energy efficient, saving you money and energy.

Product Features

  • 22″ Full HD TV
  • LED Backlit
  • Smart TV
  • Freeview HD

Comments

wo0x says:

Superb Value TV. I purchased this TV to replace a Samsung P2270HD 22-inch Full HD 1080p LCD TV/Monitor. I use the TV in a small bedroom and find 22in to be optimal. I had purchased another monitor prior to this TV based on low response time as I enjoy playing videogames, but the monitor I purchased (BenQ XL2420T) had very poor colours and the text lacked sharpness.Having owned a number of Samsung TVs in the past I decided to purchase this TV. First test was with my PS3 – excellent, no noticeable ‘input lag,’ and the colours were vibrant. Text on in-game leaderboards is crisp. It’s not all good news, however… This (and indeed the BenQ) is my first experience of LED backlighting with dynamic contrast – in very dark areas the backlight is adjusted ‘on-the-fly’ and, to my eyes, can only be described as unpleasant. Even with dynamic contrast disabled the same effect is present in dark areas. This is a minor niggle and is ONLY in very dark areas. For gaming it is rarely noticeable. In fact,…

P. woolley says:

Nice Although i didnt buy this TV from Amazon I wanted to praise this TV for what it offers.ProsSmart TVCatchup TVRecord single channelTimeshiftCrisp pictureThinBuilt in WifiConsFirmware not easy to update via USBI never really wanted a Smart TV, as I thought it was a gimmick just like 3D TV, that was until I brought this for the bedroom. I was messing around with the laptop on Media Player when I spotted the stream button and my TV was listed. So I added a film and clicked stream to TV and WOW over wifi the film streamed perfectly and fully controllable by either the laptop or the remote. I also used my Android HTC phone and again was able to stream videos off the phone. I now watch films that I would have watched on the laptop, now on my TV, so much better.The catchup is great and the S recommendations is brilliant. The only negative was trying to update the firmware. On the Samsung site the…

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