Just a few months back, we had the fortune of reviewing one of Samsung's 650 Series Touch of Color LCDs ourselves, and now CNET has taken a look at the higher priced (and more decked out) 750 Series sibling. The 46-inch LN46A750 adds in a few swank extras including support for DLNA servers, network streaming and interactive news / stocks / weather feeds, but unfortunately, those novel extras come at a steep cost. In essence, reviewers were plenty contented with the picture quality (save for a few artifacts when dejudder modes were on), and the unique features were certainly swell for those who care, but critics couldn't wholeheartedly recommend paying the asking price for the small boost in features. Tap the read link to see if you agree.

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Samsung's 46-inch LN46A750 Touch of Color LCD HDTV reviewed