3) It has Internet features, i.e. a web browser, YouTube, etc and you can add apps.
4) It has a media player built-in to play virtually every format
5) It's media hub that can play media off any computer hooked into your network
6) It's 1080p when many 32" HDTVs are only 720p
Smart TV features? Where does this info come from? Certainly not from the data Woot has listed here.
Thanks for bringing this to my attention. My info is culled from several sources, but I could be wrong. I will address all 4 of the points you quoted.
3) See the below YouTube video titled, "Unboxing TV 3D LED 32" Samsung UN32EH6030 Full HD Parte 3." The man is clearly accessing online videos, and there seems to be some sort of app screen. I don't know if the browswer is built into the Samsung TV, or whether he is merely using the TV as a computer monitor (or showing some other SmartTV device, i.e. their Blu-ray player).
Of note, I did find one Portugese review that clearly said that it was NOT a SmartTV.
UPDATE: THE VIDEO DOES SEEM TO SHOW THAT THE MAN IS USING THE TV AS A COMPUTER MONITOR. NOTE THE TASK BAR ON THE BOTTOM. SO MAYBE THIS TV CANNOT ACCESS THE INTERNET AND HAS NO APPS. WHAT A WASTE OF THE ETHERNET CONNECTION!
4) All the extensions, containers and codecs it can play are listed on page 18 of the manual. The videos (and music and photos) are usually played through the USB port.
5) This TV has Samsung's AllShare, which the manual describes as "AllShare Play connects your TV and compatible Samsung mobile phones/devices through a network. This feature enables you to enjoy the various media contents (videos, photos, music)." I have a Samsung Blu-ray player where AllShare allows me to access files off my PC. I don't know if this TV uses a lesser version of the feature.
6) The 1080p is listed in Woot's description.
Unboxing TV 3D LED 32" Samsung UN32EH6030 Full HD Parte 3