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  • A week in reviews: 30 December - 3 January
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    A week in reviews: 30 December - 3 January

    By 4 January 2014

    As we roll back into the office - literally, after too many Christmas mince pies - the year has ticked over into the big 2014. And it's been a busy week of gadget reviewing just ahead of the Consumer Electronics Show 2014 which kicks off in just a couple...

  • Philips 65PFL9708 9000 Series 4K TV review
    Televisions 5 out of 5

    Philips 65PFL9708 9000 Series 4K TV review

    By 3 January 2014

    If you’re contemplating a 4K television to dominate your living room then there are a number of options out there. The Philips offering, found in its 65-inch PFL9708 form, offers a distinct point of difference: ambilight technology. Ambilight introduces...

  • Panasonic TX-L65WT600 Smart Viera 4K TV review
    Televisions 5 out of 5

    Panasonic TX-L65WT600 Smart Viera 4K TV review

    By 16 October 2013

    The Panasonic TX-L65WT600 is the first 4K Ultra-HD television to acknowledge that the future of TV is not just higher resolution, but higher frame rates as well. Why? Because the WT600 offers both next generation HDMI 2.0 connectivity, as well as DisplayPort...

  • TCL unveils 50-inch LED 4K Ultra HDTV for just $999
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    TCL unveils 50-inch LED 4K Ultra HDTV for just $999

    By 25 July 2013

    Samsung, LG and Sony have each announced 4K HDTVs starting at $5,000, but China's TCL, the self-dubbed third-largest TV brand in the world, aggressively changed the pricing standard on Thursday by introducing a 50-inch edge-lit LED 4K Ultra HDTV for $999....

  • Toshiba 84-inch 4K Series 9 TV pictures and eyes-on
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    Toshiba 84-inch 4K Series 9 TV pictures and eyes-on

    By 20 March 2013

    Ultra-High Definition 4K is slowly working its way into more and more consumer tech, and Toshiba's shown  its hand with the introduction of its Series 9 4K televisions. Pocket-lint went to check out the full range of the latest tellies, including the...

  • Samsung at CES 2013: S9 4K UHD TV, NX300 camera and more
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    Samsung at CES 2013: S9 4K UHD TV, NX300 camera and more

    By 9 January 2013

    Ever the big player at tech shindigs the world over, Samsung has been a busy boy at CES 2013. With so many arms of course - computers, TVs, cameras and more - it can be rather tricky to keep track of it all. Well, not for us. Below, we’ve put together...

  • LG at CES 2013: 55-inch OLED TV, UHD TVs, Google TVs and more
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    LG at CES 2013: 55-inch OLED TV, UHD TVs, Google TVs and more

    By 9 January 2013

    LG’s activities at CES 2013 were announced a few days before the Las Vegas show opened, with the company releasing news of its wares early. As ever at CES, it’s the televisions that take centre stage but with so many splurted out at once, it’s rather...

  • Panasonic 4K OLED TV teased at CES 2013 keynote
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    Panasonic 4K OLED TV teased at CES 2013 keynote

    By 8 January 2013

    Panasonic 4K OLED TV is the direction that the company is looking to head from CES 2013 onwards with its television technology, as outlined at the Las Vegas show's opening keynote conference. Not wanting its customers to have to choose between the two...

  • LG 4K 55-in & 65-in UHD TVs and 30-inch 4K monitor to be shown at CES 2013
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    LG 4K 55-in & 65-in UHD TVs and 30-inch 4K monitor to be shown at CES 2013

    By 27 December 2012

    With CES 2013 just around the corner it looks as though Ultra HD 4K is going to take pride of place among many of the panel manufacturers. LG has officially announced that, in addition to its current 84-inch 84LM960V behemoth, it will also show off more...

  • LG 84LM960V 4K TV review
    Televisions 4 out of 5

    LG 84LM960V 4K TV review

    By 25 December 2012

    There are big changes afoot in the TV biz. With nothing to be made from selling Plasma and LED LCDs, television manufacturers have been scrabbling to find the next big thing. Eighteen months ago that looked to be OLED, but insurmountable manufacturing...