February 15, 2012 by EH Staff
A good HDTV deal is hard to pass up. However, no matter how much you spend on an HDTV, there are always costs you seem to forget about. One of those is for a mount. Without a doubt, one of the best things about having a flat TV is the ability to hang it on the wall. It creates a clutter-free focal point for the room. It also keeps that pricey purchase away from little hands and/or paws.
Unfortunately TV mounts can really add to the cost of a new TV—unless you snap up this deal from Abe’s of Maine. Right now, the retailer is offering Samsung’s 46-inch UN46D8000 1080p 3D TV for just $1,549.18. This is a hearty $1,250 off the list price, but also adds in the incentive of a free flat-panel TV mount. The mount alone is a $150 value. Oh, Abe’s is offering to ship the whole thing for free as well.
The UN46D8000 features a full 1080p HD image, in both 2D and 3D. If you’re frothing to check out those 3D features right away, this set also includes two pairs of 3D glasses right in the box. Other features include with Real 240Hz refresh rate technology, Ultra Clear Panel, and Samsung’s own Micro Dimming Plus.
There’s also the option for a lot of extra entertainment with this TV, thanks to Samsung’s Smart TV platform. This allows owners to add in a wealth of extra content, including movies, sports, games, social networking, and much more. Of course, you’ll need to hook the TV up via an Ethernet connection to check out this content.
Abe’s of Maine hasn’t said how long they plan to offer this discounted price or the free mount. If you’re interested, you may want to buy soon, before they run out of stock!
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