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No, it's a TV.
By Stepbill on December 10, 2013
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Yes this product can be shipped. But if you want to ship it on a really old ship, like a pirate ship or an old galleon, I would suggest you hire professionals to escort your TV, such as ninjas or secret agents.
By J. on December 27, 2013
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At sixty pounds, I find it a little heavy to throw, although since it is so big, it is pretty easy to hit at the plate. You're not going to get a home run with it though, and it won't fit in the net for two points.
If you mean is the picture good enough for sports, yes it is. There are plenty of options to adjust to… see more
At sixty pounds, I find it a little heavy to throw, although since it is so big, it is pretty easy to hit at the plate. You're not going to get a home run with it though, and it won't fit in the net for two points.
If you mean is the picture good enough for sports, yes it is. There are plenty of options to adjust to get the picture just how you like, including options to improve the picture for fast motion and crisp images during sports action. The viewing angle is also good, and you can see the picture clearly even from out to the side. I think the viewable angle is over 160 degrees, it looks good way out to the side from where I'm sitting right now. see less
At sixty pounds, I find it a little heavy to throw, although since it is so big, it is pretty easy to hit at the plate. You're not going to get a home run with it though, and it won't fit in the net for two points.
If you mean is the picture good enough for sports, yes it is. There are plenty of options to adjust to get the picture just how you like, including options to improve the picture for fast motion and crisp images during sports action. The viewing angle is also good, and you can see the picture clearly even from out to the side. I think the viewable angle is over 160 degrees, it looks good way out to the side from where I'm sitting right now.

By J. on December 27, 2013
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it has both those apps , it is simple to
access both. Really glad I bought this tv.

By Peter Miller on September 24, 2013
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Yes you just plug the usb adapter from the keyboard into one of the usb ports on the tv. Works great.
By Stepbill on December 9, 2013
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I have the same tv and tested my mom's Logitech K350 wireless keyboard and mouse combo. It works pretty great, way better than the hair-pulling method of using the tv remote to type and surf the web! The Samsung Smart TV instantly recognised the device as soon as I plugged the Logitech wireless antenna into the tv's us… see more I have the same tv and tested my mom's Logitech K350 wireless keyboard and mouse combo. It works pretty great, way better than the hair-pulling method of using the tv remote to type and surf the web! The Samsung Smart TV instantly recognised the device as soon as I plugged the Logitech wireless antenna into the tv's usb port and even cautioned that all keyboard functions/keys may not work. This proved to be true with the computer-based keys which obviously requires some kind of pc to function and don't have any use on a tv. The keystrokes and mouse cursor responsiveness were great, my tv is only about 9-10 ft. away from the keyboard/mouse.
I'd glad I got to experiment with a wireless keyboard before buying one that may or may not work. Some people may not like the large size of the K350 keyboard. I might go with the Logitech K400 which is smaller and gives up the right side number keypad for a built-in mouse touchpad. The Logitech K800 also might be another option for a dedicated tv wireless keyboard, though you'll need to buy a mouse separately because the K800 doesn't come with one and doesn't have a built-in mouse touchpad. see less
I have the same tv and tested my mom's Logitech K350 wireless keyboard and mouse combo. It works pretty great, way better than the hair-pulling method of using the tv remote to type and surf the web! The Samsung Smart TV instantly recognised the device as soon as I plugged the Logitech wireless antenna into the tv's usb port and even cautioned that all keyboard functions/keys may not work. This proved to be true with the computer-based keys which obviously requires some kind of pc to function and don't have any use on a tv. The keystrokes and mouse cursor responsiveness were great, my tv is only about 9-10 ft. away from the keyboard/mouse.
I'd glad I got to experiment with a wireless keyboard before buying one that may or may not work. Some people may not like the large size of the K350 keyboard. I might go with the Logitech K400 which is smaller and gives up the right side number keypad for a built-in mouse touchpad. The Logitech K800 also might be another option for a dedicated tv wireless keyboard, though you'll need to buy a mouse separately because the K800 doesn't come with one and doesn't have a built-in mouse touchpad.

By Jake on July 28, 2013
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Yes, but the 55" will not fit in the overhead bin.
By Droogie on December 2, 2013
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Multiple online capabilities including wifi
By John on November 24, 2013
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its the same as buying any kind of insurance. if you can afford to pay a local shop 250-300 to fix anything that breaks at any given moment should something go wrong then no dont buy the extended warranty. if this is a large purchase for you - and coming up with 300 would be difficult - go ahead and get the plan. th… see more its the same as buying any kind of insurance. if you can afford to pay a local shop 250-300 to fix anything that breaks at any given moment should something go wrong then no dont buy the extended warranty. if this is a large purchase for you - and coming up with 300 would be difficult - go ahead and get the plan. the last thing you would want to invest a lot in the tv, have something break, and not be able to afford to fix it.
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its the same as buying any kind of insurance. if you can afford to pay a local shop 250-300 to fix anything that breaks at any given moment should something go wrong then no dont buy the extended warranty. if this is a large purchase for you - and coming up with 300 would be difficult - go ahead and get the plan. the last thing you would want to invest a lot in the tv, have something break, and not be able to afford to fix it.
-CD

By C. Dye on September 2, 2013