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I have owned this TV for some time now and it still looks as new and performs as well as the day it was purchased, but I guess you shouldn't expect anything else from a TV nowadays, should you? So what does, if anything set this TV apart from its competitors?
The TV is easy to setup once received, you plug in the aerial (if you're using the in built freeview and follow the on screen instructions, letting the TV do the hard work. I only use a small indoor aerial with a booster and I can receive over 80 freeview channels, granted only 20% are ever worth watching.
The other function I use my TV for is playing consoles, the HDMI ports are easy to locate and the picture quality is fantastic for a 720p TV. Personally I don't see the need to go for a 1080p at this size as the noticeable difference in picture quality is negligible, but that's my opinion.
The price is sat very middle of the road as it's priced at just over £300. So its not one of the cheapest, but at the same time, its far from being one of the most expensive.
So in answer to my earlier question what does set this TV set apart from its competitors.....well in all truth, not much. The picture quality is great, though is much the same as any other 26" model, the installation is easy, but thats also not different to most TVs.
What tipped the balance for me however, was the middle of the road comfort which comes from owning a Samsung TV. The knowledge that you haven't forked out for a top end model, but you've still purchased a reliable, good quality product without that hefty price tag, therefore I would never hesitate to recommend a Samsung TV to anyone.