With a huge number of excellent features crammed into its 32-inch screen, the Samsung UE32C5800 is a fantastic choice of set for anyone wanting a compact yet high-performing TV for their home. Available for between £416.90 to £479.99 through UK Net Guide, it may be the best offer going.
With full 1080p HD qualities, the TV has twice the detail and resolution of regular HDTVs and can deliver nothing short of dazzling and rich colours, as well as particularly vivid details. It is also able to correct errors from standard definition content, meaning it is far from a simple step up - it's also backwards compatible.
> The Samsung 5800 will play an integral part in anyone's entertainment system, according to Samsung, given its ability to brings together "all online and media worlds to one spot with wireless transfers" alongside four HDMI sockets and the Connect Share Movie feature.
On top of this, the "superior quality" that comes with the Samsung UE32C5800's HD and Mega Dynamic Contrast provides owners with "a very good reason not to go out".
Sharing is very easy indeed. People can transfer their videos, music and photos from PC to mobile device both wirelessly and effortlessly. "It even connects with multiple PCs; who said you need connections to get on TV?" Samsung continued.
All that is needed with the Samsung HDTV to put top-quality digital pictures and videos from cameras is a USB connection cord - the software contained within allows a plug-in-and-play capability. "It even works for your music collection," the company said, "so now anytime is showtime."
Action scenes are crisp, smooth and clear on the Samsung UE32C5800 because the company has identified that the success of a TV depends on hertz, panel, chipset and backlight technology. "Three times better motion performance compared to standard TV, [the Samsung UE32C5800 is] comparable with a 150 frames per second motion effect of other TVs," it continued.
Additionally, Samsung was quick to underline how there is an increasing challenge for TV screens to recreate reality through colour and light; this was responded to by the company with the Wide Colour Enhancer Pro feature, which analyses each pixel and stretches each one to its three-dimensional limit.
"What you get is the fullest, most lifelike colours you've ever seen on a TV that is," it added.
All it takes for someone to get the top-standard graphics and response from a PlayStation 3, Blu-ray player or Xbox 360 is a HDMI cable. All kinds of content will not be affected by compression and this includes pictures and videos from digital camcorders and multimedia PCs.
So consider the Samsung UE32C5800 with UK Net Guide. For between £416.90 to £479.99, it could be the best purchase you make this year!