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The UE55HU8500 is Samsung’s flagship 55-inch TV for 2014. Which means it both enjoys a UHD/4K native resolution and a curved screen, as well as Samsung’s most powerful imaging system, complete with ‘PurColour’ technology. As usual this comes to a large chunk of money, but if you like the idea of a curved TV then this as good as any.

The UE55HU8500’s curved screen makes an instant aesthetic impact, raising a defiant and voluptuous two fingers to all those ‘boring’ pancake-flat TVs we’ve lived with for so many years now. Especially as Samsung uses a more severe curve than the ones seen recently on the upcoming Sony S90 TVs and LG’s inbound 4K OLED sets.

The curve is tastefully tracked by the beautifully built silver metallic desktop stand too, and it’s nice to see that Samsung has managed to deliver a super-slim bezel despite the potential structural issues associated with trying to bend an LCD TV. (LCD TVs are, after all, made up of many different layers, all of which have to be curved without losing alignment or causing light leakage.)

Mobile spy reviews 3d tv goggles

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The UE55HU8500 is Samsung’s flagship 55-inch TV for 2014. Which means it both enjoys a UHD/4K native resolution and a curved screen, as well as Samsung’s most powerful imaging system, complete with ‘PurColour’ technology. As usual this comes to a large chunk of money, but if you like the idea of a curved TV then this as good as any.

The UE55HU8500’s curved screen makes an instant aesthetic impact, raising a defiant and voluptuous two fingers to all those ‘boring’ pancake-flat TVs we’ve lived with for so many years now. Especially as Samsung uses a more severe curve than the ones seen recently on the upcoming Sony S90 TVs and LG’s inbound 4K OLED sets.

The curve is tastefully tracked by the beautifully built silver metallic desktop stand too, and it’s nice to see that Samsung has managed to deliver a super-slim bezel despite the potential structural issues associated with trying to bend an LCD TV. (LCD TVs are, after all, made up of many different layers, all of which have to be curved without losing alignment or causing light leakage.)

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You can't help but be amazed by the perceived value of this TV. A similar model from Sony of the same size and with the same feature set retails at nearly twice the price. The question we must ask is what exactly are you trading for the benefit of paying that much less? And more importantly, can you really do without those bits?

Design and Features
Most TVs are black, except for the occasional shiny silver finishes that Samsung and LG like to try out on their high-end models. However, the back and sides of the Vu LEDN50K310X3D are white. This is an unusual colour choice and doesn't match the black panel at all. This shouldn't matter too much because none of it is visible head-on. The bezel is also slim, with nearly the entire front occupied by the panel itself.

The stand is a simple affair with sturdy parts. It took us all of five minutes to assemble it and get the TV into position. The box does include wall-mounting equipment if you prefer your TV up on a wall.

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