TP Vision has confirmed that the stunning Philips AmbiLux television first announced at IFA 2015, will be moving from limited to full distribution, so you should now be able to get your hands on the flagship 8901 AmbiLux or 8601 sets. 

AmbiLux blows Philips' Ambilight idea out of the water, using nine rear projectors to expand the colours off the TV and into the room for a more immersive watching experience. That can be further enhanced with Philips Hue lighting.

The AmbiLux will sit alongside new 6000 and 7000 series Ultra HD televisions running the Android TV platform, these latter models offer a more standard three-sided Ambilight illumination. The 7000 series will be the entry-level for HDR, the latest buzzword in TV. 

But aside from those sets, there are a new range of streaming skills onboard the Android TVs. TP Vision has announced that it's supporting the Ultra HD version of Amazon Instant Video, making it easy to set your eyes on 4K content. 

There's also an expanded line-up of gaming partnerships, with Gamefly promising to offer cloud-based console quality gaming. 

There's no word on pricing or when these TVs will be hitting which territories just yet.