OLEDs aside, Sony's TVs haven't been close to the quality of what LG and Samsung have been producing, but with more attention being paid to the areas where its TVs have struggled in the past we were hopeful for some top-tier LCD sets in 2020. Here's how they did.
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.
Whether subconscious or not, we have some bias towards certain brands. Sometimes it's earned with stellar performance and other times it's just what we know. So are you choosing the TV brand with the best models, or is your sentimental decision costing you?
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...
TVs have a one year life span and with many 2019 sets from LG, Samsung and Sony having just been released you'd expect the prices to still be sky high, but you'd be wrong. We've found sets with price drops of up to 40% in just six weeks.
OLEDs aside, the XG9505 TVs should be Sony's best and with the X1 Ultimate processor, a chip designed to upscale content to 8K quality, built in, it's safe to say we have high hopes for the range. Here's what we thought.
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.
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?