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Published: 2010-11-26 - 10:33:21
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Black Friday LED TV Deal: Samsung UN40C5000 40-inch LED HDTV: $747.99 Delivered (save $452)

By Rachel Cericola

If you decided not to brave the Black Friday crowds, you're in luck. Sears has a slew of items on sale, and all of them are available right on your computer. We found Samsung's 40-inch UN40C5000 LED HDTV for just $747.99, and it looks like that price is special for Black Friday only. Use the coupon SANTA and the retailer will even ship it to your house for free.

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This 40-incher includes 1080p, as well as LED technology for a clear, energy-efficient image. Samsung's Ultra Clear Panel also boasts a boost in the image quality, by absorbing ambient light. Other features in this slim set include ConnectShare Movie, which allows you to connect a USB thumb drive filled with photos, music, and videos; and AllShare for wired or wireless DLNA access to other devices, including a home computer.

If you have an A/V cabinet filled with other goodies, it's easy to hook everything together, thanks to the UN40C5000's four HDMI ports. No more swapping out devices behind the TV! Also, this TV looks just as pretty on the outside, since it's part of Samsung's Touch of Color line. This adds a little texture and a touch of red to the bezel.

Sears is currently offering free delivery on all TVs over 37 inches, but make sure to enter the coupon code SANTA to get that extra bit of savings.

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