With the LN40D630 ($799 MSRP), what you see is what you get: no internet features, no 3D imaging, just a display with some connectivity in the back. Luckily, this one happens to be quite good, even though it lacks luxury frills. This may be exactly what some consumers have been searching for, but could not find amongst 2011’s flood of high-priced, high-powered, all-inclusive televisions.
|Screen Size||40 in.|
|Refresh Rate||60 Hz|