The top model from LG is a great TV in many ways, but it also has some challenges.
The LG display works great for sports, and boasts lightning-fast response to the enjoyment of gaming enthusiasts.
Sony follows up last year’s OLED triumph with a nice high-end model. But does Bravia AF8 have what it takes to seize the TV throne this year as well?
Panasonic has a tradition of creating well constructed TVs with natural picture quality, and the new model within the FX700 series is no exception.
LG 65SK7900 is a great TV for sports and games, but not the best one for movies.
The Philips monitor has many good properties, but does not get a place on the winners’ stand with 65PUS7363.
With 65Q6F, one gets many of the details from Samsung’s top models in a less expensive package.
Top scorer from Sony costs a little more than the competition, but takes the lead for the picture it delivers!
With this Philips model, we take a noticeable step up on the quality scale.
The competition must come up with something special to surpass the Philips’ colourful OLED TV.
The Samsung UE55MU7075 boasts great design, as well as excellent usability, picture and sound, making it one of the better purchases in this price range.
LG’s affordable OLED55B7V is one of the best television purchases you can make right now.
Philips has taken OLED and spiced it up with its ambient light Ambilight . The result is a TV with a picture experience out of the ordinary.
Right in the middle of the busiest TV season, Samsung pulls an exciting and unexpected ace from its sleeve. Is the 55Q8D from the Koreans simply this year's best television purchase?