49-inch screens are the most popular size, and there's no shortage of models to choose from. With 50 of them reviewed by us in 2019, we've picked three that deserve your attention.
If you want a new TV, now is the time to buy. We've picked three 43-inch sets at varying prices, of the 42 we tested, for you to consider.
We've reviewed or first looked every 4K TV released by Hisense, LG, Panasonic, Samsung and Sony. That's more than 250 4K TVs. We've checked the figures from 2019 to see which was the most popular set from each brand
£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.
Store brand TVs from JVC, Bush and Logik are likely to be the cheapest on Black Friday. But do they have the quality to challenge the might LG and Samsung, or are they best left alone?
Black Friday is fast approaching and there will be scores of TVs with money off. Some will be good, many will be bad. It's impossible to predict with absolute certainty, but we've picked five we suspect will get cheap on the big day, so you see if any are suitable for you.
Black Friday is fast approaching and the big TV brands are prepared. We've tested the latest ranges from Samsung, Panasonic more so you know if these already bargain TVs are worth seeking out on the big day.
We've been testing Hisense TVs for five years and it's never stopped undercutting the competition, but it's never quite reached the heights that some of those rival TV brands manage either. Is 2019 and Hisense's first OLED going to change all that?
OLEDs are cheaper to manufacture than ever, which means extremely high-end models, such as the LG OLED55E9PLA and Sony KD55AG9BU are becoming affordable. But are they really that much better than models lower down the range?
When it comes to buying anything we all have our limit – a budget in mind that we won’t exceed. 4K TVs can cost anywhere from £400 to £4,000 and...