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Out of curiosity I've ordered a couple of USB voltage testers from eBay (there's plenty of them there). USB voltage testers.
For your information, a USB voltage and current tester is a device for measuring voltage and current coming from a USB output into a gadget (usually being charged).Read on »
This TV can be either attached to the stand or mounted on the wall.
The first option seems arguable to me: because of its huge size (and the related windage), the panel will sway at any breath. And it won't survive its falling down (neither will its owner).Read on »
The built-in video player features an impressive list of codecs and containers. It includes modern formats such as FLV and MKV, and even the recently introduced H.265 and VP8 (WebM):Read on »
This TV has an interactive mode, the so-called Smart Hub, which offers the following four panels.
Smart Hub: Applications.
You can install free and paid application, for which a Samsung account is required. Out-of-the-box the TV has YouTube, NetFlix, Spotify and a bunch of others. Applications can be installed on an external USB drive. And, of course, you can update and uninstall them.Read on »
Even though this TV is a pricey, it doesn't stop Samsung from trying to earn even more on their customers. Selling accessories with a five hundred percent margin is a popular way to make money among vendors.
An HDMI cable isn't the only thing Samsung saved on. The TV is also lacking a camera out-of-the-box, which I definitely don't appreciate, considering numerous functions it's required for, like Skype or Motion Control.Read on »
All available connectors in this TV are located at its rear side: Connector panel.
Namely they are:Read on »