TVs that don't feature "smart" features are increasingly rare as of 2015, though the aging Samsung PN51F5300 and LG 50PN4500 receive positive reviews. These televisions may be difficult to find in stores, as they are no longer in production, but they are some of the few televisions left that don't feature Internet connectivity, streaming media and other "smart" features.
Originally manufactured in 2013, the Samsung PN51F5300 is a 51-inch plasma TV with a 1080p HD screen resolution. It features a 600Hz refresh rate, multiple HDMI inputs and a swiveling stand. Customers praised the picture quality of the television, citing the rich blacks and vibrant colors. Sound bars are supported with an output line via a Toslink digital optical audio port.
LG's 50PN4500 is a 50-inch plasma TV with a 720p HD resolution; like the Samsung television, it was also manufactured in 2013. While this TV has fewer reviews than the Samsung Pn51F5300, customers praised the quality of the television, citing the above-average sound and noting that the picture quality was surprisingly good for a television with a resolution of only 720p. A sound bar output is provided on the LG TV, and there are two built-in speakers along with virtual surround sound.