CES is in full swing and the leading TV manufacturers, LG, Samsung, Panasonic and Sony and plying their wares in Las Vegas. We look at the latest high-end TVs from the four brands and see what exciting new technology is on offer in 2019.
Not everyone wants a 55-inch TV dominating their living room, but options are limited when it comes to smaller TVs. We've reviewed all the 32-inch TVs from LG, Panasonic, Samsung, Sony, Hisense and Toshiba, so you can see which are worth buying.
OLEDs are expensive, or they were at least. The Toshiba 55X9863DB is just £999 making it the cheapest OLED we've ever tested. LG, Sony and Panasonic charge almost double what Toshiba is asking for their OLEDs, so have we been getting ripped off, or is Toshiba's effort not good enough?
Black Friday is done for another year, but if you missed out on a deal then your future doesn't have to be grey. We've looked at the most popular TVs on Black Friday to see if they're still cheap and why they did so well.
Sony's new Master Series OLED TV, the KD55AF8BU has released into a crowded market full of cheaper alternatives. Will the new X1 Ultimate processor, with its clever image-sharpening software be enough to set the OLED apart from its competition? We reviewed it to find out
Samsung's new 7020 is its cheapest and has come out just in time for Black Friday. With a 43, 50, 55 and 65-inch model to choose from, should any of these TVs be on your Black Friday shortlist?
Black Friday has long been regarded as the best time to buy a new TV, but how big should that TV be? We test most of the TVs released each year and we've crunched the numbers to see if 65-inch sets are really any better than the smaller TVs from the ranges.
Black Friday is almost upon us and it's a prime time to get a bargain TV. We've track the price of all the TVs we review and here we pick five that have had significant price drops already and that we think will get even cheaper on Black Friday
By displaying beautiful works of art, Samsung's Frame TV looks like an excellent solution for anyone who doesn't want a big TV being the focal point of their living room. But it's an expensive solution, so what does the Frame TV do to justify its high price?
Only Samsung makes curved TVs, but does that mean it is on to a good thing, or were LG, Panasonic and Sony smart to abandon curved screens years ago? Use our in-depth testing data we determine whether the problems that affected curved TVs in the past are still an issue.