Either buy a Samsung TV with an extended warranty or don't buy at all
J. DAVIS "pepineagles", Amazon
14 January 2015
Summary: Either buy Samsung with an extended warranty or don't buy at all. Take this advise from someone who spent $1500 on the 7100 series Samsung two years ago. We used the set less than 5 hours the first year.
Summary: I liked the style and browser capability. I was searching for slim led tv, this includes 3d which is useless for me, but there is no without 3d version on the market. - I have experienced occasional issues after spending some time on netflix or browser.
Summary: I purchased it so I could stream via wireless network. Works fine for Apple TV (which as its own connection to the wireless network and HDMI cable into TV) but not so for connecting to the TV's own wi-fi e.g. using Amazon Instant Video.
Summary: Purchased the Samsung TV UN60F7500 from an online retail store (not through Amazon) TV defective since day one. Had a white image about 5 inches in length across edges of TV. Samsung had me do several configurations all of which still didn't correct issue.
Summary: All the specs are on the money. For the price you'll be glad you bought it. Picture is noticeably cleaner and higher res than my "old" Sony Bravia 1080p. It links with the DirecTV Genie all-home system admirably, and it self-updates when Samsung has one available.