New 2021 TVs from LG and Samsung are available now, so we thought we'd compare the prices to those of their predecessors from 2020 to see if TVs are getting cheaper. Here's hoping.
Time is running out if you want a 2020 TV at a rock-bottom price. We explain why now's a good time to buy, compare prices with 2021 TV and highlight good deals
LG's new A1 OLED range will be its cheapest ever, and likely the cheapest from any brand. We look at how they compare with the more expensive B1 and C1 ranges.
It's not always easy to justify releasing hundreds of new TVs every year, but these new features could make a big difference to the quality of TVs in 2021.
Does how much you spend on your TV make that much difference to the quality? We've looked at all our TV reviews to see if spending more gets you a better set and reveal how good a TV you can expect to get for your budget.
Disney+ is here and with it comes all 30 series of the Simpsons, all the Marvel and Star Wars you could ever want, and, of course, an extensive library of Disney classics, but is it available on your TV and what can you do if it's not?
The LG OLED55BX6LB is the final TV we tested from 2020, so have we saved the best till last or is their a reason this OLED tTV is so cheap?
We tested more than 200 TVs in 2020 ad thousands of people looked at those reviews, but which ones were the most popular? We checked the figures and these were the most popular TVs released in 2020.
LG's digital CES 2021 press conference had news of new OLEDs and whole new type of TV called QNED mini LED as well as a revamped operating system and remote. Here's everything we learnt from the conference.
Samsung and Sony have debuted their 2021 ranges. With a load of new features, including cognitive intelligence (yes, really) new streaming services and new operating systems there's a lot to talk about