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Whats the difference here?

gwebber

Standard Member
Hey all.

Im looking into getting a new TV, and it looks like its going to be a Samsung 37". I'd prefer to go with the r88 version, purely for the on off button being touch sensitive and on the side rather than front.

The confusion comes with the specs though, as on play.com the model is labled as "Samsung 37" LE37R87BDX/XEU", from dixons it is "SAMSUNG LE37R88BD 37".

Links:
LE37R87BDX/XEU - play
LE37R88BD - dixons

I know the play.com is r87, but is there any other difference between the two? Whats with one being BDX/XEU and the other just BD?

Thanks for any help,

Gareth
 

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