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Philips AmbiLux 8900 hands-on: Expand the viewing area through projection

Philips AmbiLux 8900 hands-on: Expand the viewing area through projection

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Philips has announced the latest creation in its Ambilight range. Unlike it predecessors the AmbiLux uses pico projectors to extend the TV image onto the wall behind it. Where the previous Ambilight effort simply created a halo of light this new creation... >>

Panasonic Viera TX-55CX802 review: Glorious 4K for under £2k
4.5 stars

Panasonic Viera TX-55CX802 review: Glorious 4K for under £2k

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The 4K revolution continues, with Panasonic's latest, the Viera CX802, bringing with it Firefox OS and the promise of future updates such as HDR (high dynamic range). It's got all the current 4K bells and whistles, but with that one televisual toe dipped... >>

LG 55EG960V 4K OLED TV review: Setting the standard
4.5 stars

LG 55EG960V 4K OLED TV review: Setting the standard

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It's been a long and winding road for OLED TVs. The display technology, which promises deeper blacks and richer colours than LED-backlit LCD tellies, started its consumer TV life in 2013 with the LG 55EM970V. Problem is, that telly cost £10,000. We're... >>

LG UF950V 4K TV review: Future-proof fidelity
4.5 stars

LG UF950V 4K TV review: Future-proof fidelity

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If you're in the market for a striking new TV then the only way to go is 4K. We're on the cusp of an ultra-high definition future, but lack of compatibility and content has been the biggest problem. Until now. The LG UF950V, the company's flagship 4K-er... >>

Nexus Player review: A first step in Android TV
3.5 stars

Nexus Player review: A first step in Android TV

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The Nexus Player is Google's set-top box. Built by Asus and announced alongside the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9, the Nexus Player brings Android Lollipop to your TV. It acts as a bridge, giving Google an avenue to providing content for your TV and leverages... >>

LG 55EC930V TV review: Throwing an OLED curveball at 4K competitors
4.5 stars

LG 55EC930V TV review: Throwing an OLED curveball at 4K competitors

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With plasma having drawn its last breath, the choices you have for TV displays are narrowing. The vast majority are now LCD with some form of LED illumination, with plenty of advancements at all levels of set, or there's the typically more expensive OLED. ... >>

Hands-on: Sony's 4K Bravia X900C TV is not only super thin but also really smart (thanks to Android TV)

Hands-on: Sony's 4K Bravia X900C TV is not only super thin but also really smart (thanks to Android TV)

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Sony's newly-announced, ultra-thin 4K TV is insane. First of all: it's just 4.9mm thick at its thinnest point. The company noted at CES 2015 that the new Bravia X900C is slimmer than its own Xperia flagship smartphone. For reals. But don't be fooled,... >>

Panasonic Viera TX-50AX802B 4K TV review: Ultra-high definition bargain
5.0 stars

Panasonic Viera TX-50AX802B 4K TV review: Ultra-high definition bargain

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We've been holding out on reviewing the Panasonic TX-50AX802 4K TV for some time. But now that time has come and the AX800 series is more relevant than ever thanks to the arrival of Netflix 4K. That, coupled with built-in tuners for Freeview HD and Freesat... >>

LG 55UB950V 4K TV review: webOS meets ultra-high definition
4.0 stars

LG 55UB950V 4K TV review: webOS meets ultra-high definition

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The LG UB950V brings a double dose of excitement, offering ultra-high definition (UHD) resolution, otherwise known as 4K, in addition to LG's webOS user interface. The large resolution is matched by large screen sizes, as the UB950V is available in 65-... >>

Philips TV powered by Android: Why these could be the smartest 4K UHD TVs yet

Philips TV powered by Android: Why these could be the smartest 4K UHD TVs yet

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There have been multiple Smart TVs in the past, some of which much smarter than others, but none have really convinced us to forego our Apple TVs, Roku boxes or games consoles. They are great for people who prefer to have a tidier AV cabinet (or no cabinet... >>