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The G1 features the Evo panel, delivering higher HDR peak brightness and all the gaming goodness you could ask for. It's wall-mount only though.
The first Mini LED backlit TV from Samsung - as part of its Neo QLED range - is a stunner for many reasons, with only a couple of absent features.
Sonos is pushing out over-the-air software updates, including one that adds a new capability to the $799 Sonos Arc.
The only sub-50in OLED TV that Sony makes delivers master-level picture quality, with only a couple of perplexing absences. Here's the breakdown.
Is the pricey Philips Hue Play Gradient Lightstrip worth the money, or are you better off buying a Philips Ambilight TV outright instead?
Sky has created an amazing TV experience that is now available for reasonable prices. The 4K Ultra HD content for the 2TB box will attract many.
To call it the "entry" OLED model in LG's 2020 range somewhat undersells this super 4K telly. Shame the catch-up services aren't yet complete is all.
The flagship Ambilight set with integrated Bowers & Wilkins soundbar looks and sounds spectacular. Does it miss any tricks?
Want to record all your favourites in top quality, access sports and entertainment, but don't want/can't have a dish? BT TV is a strong option.
With a new interface and a remote, Chromecast steps into a brave new world.
The 2020 set from Philips' OLED stable is nothing short of superb. Great processing, wonderful picture, and Ambilight delights are all commendable.
The top-end 4K QLED in Samsung's TV range delivers punchy pictures and is great for next-gen gaming. But can it keep OLED competition at bay?
The HZ1500's USP is its integrated Dolby Atmos sound system. Add all the HDR decoding you could want, plus epic picture quality, and it's a winner.
Although Sony's OLED panel is as bright as some of its competitors, various picture processing abilities make it one of the best in class. Here's why.
The top-end LED-backlit LCD TV from Panasonic comes in three sizes and delivers delightful picture quality for its price outlay. Can it do no wrong?
If you're looking for a well specified 4K smart TV that doesn't come with a premium price tag, the TU8500 is well worth a shout. Here's why.
Sony's fall array backlit LCD TV champ is ultra-bright, delivering punchy pictures. Its build & some black level issues hold it back a little though.
This LED edge-lit LCD TV acts more like an OLED panel, delivering great picture quality at an attractive price point.
Call it a Greatest Hit: this 4K OLED telly ticks almost every box, delivering sumptuous picture quality that you'll struggle to rival.
If you want bright and colourful images, but want to buy higher up the QLED range, the QT65 is a well balanced offering. Ignoring its poor sound.
Although its well priced and has solid backlight performance, the Full HD-only resolution is a step behind what you can get for similar cash.
A great value way to bring catch-up TV to an older TV, with the freedom to cancel whenever you please. The passes are good value too.
An HDMI dongle that brings all the Amazon Prime Video, Netflix and BBC iPlayer wonderment to your telly. Plus the new Alexa voice-control remote.
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 want to hang a superb big-screen TV on your wall then you'll find no better than LG's GX OLED. It's slimmer than the CX range.
If you're looking for a 4K TV on a budget, can TCL deliver the goods?
LG has been making waves in OLED for years. The NANO906 is its top-line LCD LED TV; an alternative that's a half the price of the OLED equivalent.
The entry-level to Samsung's full backlit array series for 2020, the Q80T is anything but "entry" - it's a 4K sensation. Here's why.
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.
If you want OLED and you want it for under a grand then look no further. Philips offers best-in-class picture quality, so we can live with a so-so OS.
In the Roku Streaming Stick+ we love the experience, we love the ease of use and the quality of the stream that we get from it.
The Roku Premiere is a great little streaming set-top box offering some of the latest streaming standards
The first Roku TV to make it to the UK is from Hisense. At this low price point it delivers perhaps the best budget TV experience we've yet seen.
TP Vision isn't reinventing the wheel with its 2020 Philips OLED TVs. Instead, we're seeing evolution in the range this year, not revolution.
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
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
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.
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.
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.