Do we need TVs with four times the number of pixels as 4K TVs? LG, Samsung and Sony certainly think so, but since there proper debut three years ago has much changed or are 8K TVs still a pointless, pricey purchase?
Panasonic uses CES 2020 as a launching point for far more than TVs, but it did have one interesting new OLED to show off, meanwhile Hisense had lots to say on the TV front, with Laser TVs quantum dot models and a new dual-cell LCD system to show off.
While most manufacturers focus solely on their high-end TVs at CES, Sony has provided information on everything from 8K sets and premium OLEDs to mid-range LCD TVs. Here's what we learned from its CES 2020 press conference.
LG unveiled a 48-inch OLED at CES 2020 alongside some bigger ones, and a TV designed to look like a picture when it's not turned on. Here's everything we know about LG's new TVs for far.
CES is a time for TV manufacturers to stretch their wings and give us a vision of the future of TVs. Samsung has done just that with a showcase of 8K, bezel-free TVs, modular screens and rotating ones.
Think you know what a TV should look like? Think again. With The Serif and The Frame, Samsung has designed TVs that make a statement in your room with bold aesthetics that make them just as much a piece of furniture as a piece of tech, but are they any good?
TVs losing access to streaming apps is one of the most common complaints we get at Which?, but is this an endemic issue ignored by retailers and manufacturers alike, or a smaller issue that points to a fault with specific TVs? We surveyed 2,050 members of the public to find out.
Amazon's new Fire TV Cube combines the smart hub, voice assistant capabilities of an Amazon Echo with the TV streaming qualities of a Fire TV Stick. Is it the best of both worlds, or should these two devices have stayed separate?
We often see new TV ranges being released for Black Friday, but not many release on the day itself. Hisense is doing just that with its new 7120 range, which features an operating system designed by streaming brand Roku.
£1,099, that's all LGs 55-inch OLED55B9PLA costs. It's the cheapest OLED around. Cheaper even than Hisense's OLED. Can it hope to compete with the best OLEDs from Panasonic and Sony or QLEDs from Samsung? We found out.