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This little box allows your TV picture to sync with existing Hue lights to add real-time colour to visual and audio experiences through your TV.
Unveiled at CES, Pocket-lint was one of the first publications in the UK to get eyes on the new TV. Is it something that you should be putting on your...
Make Christmas special this year, by treating yourself with the gift of entertainment.
The pick of LG's TV announcements here at CES 2020 is this stunning new LG Signature TVs - known as the OLED ZX. LG also announced TVs in the LG NanoC...
Sony took the opportunity to announce its 2020 TV lineup before its CES 2020 press conference had even begun – and there are a bunch of 4K and 8K opti...
For 2020 Samsung is going all-in on 8K, with a bezel-free design that's freestanding, and includes AI machine learning for optimum picture quality.
With an integrated Bowers & Wilkins soundbar, does this Ambilight-enabled 4K TV have the audio guts to outsmart its competition?
The first TV to feature HDR10+ and Dolby Vision HDR formats, this top-end 2019 Panasonic OLED TV also has upfiring Atmos speakers - another first.
The value of the Fire Stick 4K can’t be questioned compared to its rivals. Even for non Amazon Prime subscribers it's a great 4K HDR hub too.
If you're looking for a TV bargain then the entry-level in Samsung's range has a lot of commendable features. Here's what rates and what grates.
The Roku Premiere is a great little streaming set-top box offering some of the latest streaming standards
When it's set up, Fire TV Cube is a neat solution to voice-control your TV and Sky box. But does it make more sense to buy than the Fire TV Stick?
Nvidia returns to the media streaming sector with a more powerful, less visible entry-level model that offers several new bells and whistles.
Chromecast Ultra is an easy and predictable upgrade and a device that makes complete sense supporting the latest formats for video streaming
A premium TV at a premium price, but what you experience is an incredible fusion of superb picture and class-leading sound.
The largest and most resolute OLED telly that LG makes happens to be an incredible viewing experience. And a pricey one, at £30k for the 88in screen!
With a better design than its predecessor and masterful handling of motion of upscaling of standard-def content, the top-end Sony is a killer 4K set.
With a built-in soundbar and the best just-above-black levels we've seen on an OLED TV, Panasonic's 'as the filmmaker intended' angle delivers strong.
Looking for an OLED without the massive price? Hisense undercuts its near LG competition, but does it have all the features to make it worth it?
Honor has launched a new smart TV, and it's not the only smartphone maker to be doing so. There's an entire new wave of smart screens coming.
Although we couldn't see the full potential of this TV, it's clear it's going to be a big seller in the UK.
One-down from Samsung's top-end 2019 Q90R model, does the Q85R's fewer dimming zones and more affordable price point make a better 4K HDR proposition?
A premium mid-tier LCD TV, this Panasonic offers heaps of HDR options, great picture quality and massive sound. All for a bargain price point.
Sony's first 8K telly is brighter than Samsung's but lacks the colour nuance of Quantum Dot, but it's still amazing. If you've got a spare £14 anyway.
The sub-flagship QLED set from Samsung delivers brightness and colour aplenty, with a great price point as the backlight isn't the best in this range.
The 2019 LG OLED TV with the best balance of price point to features.
A lot can happen in a couple of years. Whole industries can shift, evolve, or even die.Since the last Apple TV launch - which was all about games - we...
The HDR superstar, this top-end Samsung 4K TV for 2019 has ultra brightness, extra wide viewing angles, and more voice control than before.
The Now TV Smart Box with 4K & Voice Search is the flagship device from the Sky owned company and, as the title suggests, brings Ultra HD to the party
Streaming represents the biggest shift in how we consume content in recent years. Where it might have once been seen as a last resort - somewhere you'...
When Philips announced its new TV models for 2019, it highlighted one of its mid-range TVs and lifted it above its flagship LED and OLED models
Philips made quite the impression with the OLED 803 (and sound-boosted 903) in 2018, but if you were thinking about buying one of those excellent tele...
Philips and Bowers & Wilkins teamed up in 2018 to address one of TV's biggest problems: sound quality. The result was the excellent Philips OLED+ 903,
An HDMI dongle that brings all the Amazon Prime Video, Netflix and BBC iPlayer wonder to your telly. Plus there's a new Alexa voice-control remote.
LG previewed a rollable TV prototype this time last year and now it's revealed a production version that will go on sale during 2019. Called the LG Si...
The Master Series is Sony's top-end 4K OLED TV (available in 77, 65 and 55-inch sizes), enhancing performance over 2018's AF8 with a new processor.
The first LCD TV to offer groundbreaking wide viewing angles. Its picture quality suffers black level issues, though, so it's not an all-out success.
With Oppo ditching Blu-ray players, the Panasonic UB9000 is the perfect high-end model. It's expensive but its picture and audio quality are flawless.
Yep, it's an 8K TV. Although there's no 8K content yet, this Samsung's upscaling and ultra-bright HDR image quality is amazing. If you can afford one.
Even by Philips standards the 65-inch 65OLED+903 is truly something special.
Now TV is the pay-as-you-go streaming version of Sky, with various bundles to choose from. It's ideal if you want to watch Sky Sports, Sky Cinema or S...
This 75-inch panel from Hisense is the world's brightest, but does that make it the best? With a middling price point there's a strong argument to buy
The latest OLED panel from Philips brings its performance right up to date, plus there's Ambilight and superb processing from this 55- or 65-inch set.
The NU8000 is an LED-backlit LCD 4K TV capable of HDR (high dynamic range) and costs under £1000 in its 55-inch variant. Is it the best TV to buy?
This 2018 OLED TV delivers superb picture processing. However, its HDR brightness is a little behind the competition, leaving LG and Panasonic ahead.
Looking for a Hollywood grade OLED TV? The Panasonic FZ800 (it's FZ802 in the UK) is the best you can get for the price, despite the LG C8's pressure.
Is Sony's step-down edge-lit 4K HDR TV for 2018 worth the cut in price, or does its HDR performance lack? HDR, 4K, TV, television
LG’s latest OLED is a case of evolution rather than revolution but, by fine-tuning the performance, the company delivers its best picture quality
The Sony XF9005 improves upon last year's model in many areas: brightness, colour, HD upscaling and motion clarity all get a boost. Problem is, so
The switch to a direct-lit screen with outstanding local dimming technology finally sets Samsung's Quantum Dots free, letting their full colour
When it was originally launched, Sky Q was pitched as the company's flagship TV offering, delivering a number of new features above and beyond what wa...