1. Samsung LE32B650

    Samsung LE32B650

    Samsung's LE32B650 LED TV may look shiny on the outside, and there's much to admire, but this set is feeling the squeeze from all directions

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  2. Samsung BD-P4600

    Samsung BD-P4600

    Samsung's new entry-level Blu-ray player has the style and spec to impress, but connectivity issues let the side down

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  3. Samsung UE40B7000

    Samsung UE40B7000

    The Samsung UE40B7000 is virtually identical in spec to the UE40B7020 we've previously tested, but it's exclusive to Dixons, Currys and PC World

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  4. Samsung YP-P3 (8GB)

    Samsung YP-P3 (8GB)

    Samsung has a another stab at the MP3 player market, but while this is certainly good, it fails to aspire to greatness

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  5. Samsung UE40B7020

    Samsung UE40B7020

    This new super-slim LED/LCD TV from Samsung is a technical tour de force, and has the picture performance to back up its impressive paper spec

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  7. Samsung LE46A786

    Samsung LE46A786

    Samsung's '786 certainly has possibilities, but lacks that X-Factor to gain top marks

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  8. Samsung YP-U4

    Samsung YP-U4

    It's got good looks, but this Samsung struggles against its peers in terms of detail

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  9. Samsung LE32A558

    Samsung LE32A558

    Samsung's 5-series of screens has eluded us until now, but if this 32in model is as impressive as the rest of the range, it's on to a winner

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  10. Samsung SGH-i900 (Omnia)

    Samsung SGH-i900 (Omnia)

    The Samsung Omnia is worth a casual glance, but in truth there are more capable, more attractive alternatives out there

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  11. Samsung YP-Q1

    Samsung YP-Q1

    A big, bright display, compatibility with the BBC iPlayer and strong sound make this Samsung a contender, but we hate the touch-sensitive controls

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