It's a good-looking, affordable 4K Sony screen, but has Android TV got the smarts to make it a winner?
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While its hyper-expensive native 8K TV might be out of reach could 8K upscaling at a better price be worth a look?
It may be a meaningless marketing term, but the 'SUHD' moniker once again provides Ultra HD 4K that's high on detail, colour and versatility. And for a decent price too.
IFA 2015The stunning new AmbiLux pico-projection screen is one of the most fun TVs we've seen in a long time.
Panasonic adopts an admirably serious approach to picture quality which seems destined to put a big, fat grin on the faces of those Panasonic plasma TV-lovers.
A lot more affordable than last year's model, but does its price reflect natural 4K UHD price erosion, or has Sony been engaged in some sneaky corner cutting?
The specification may not dazzle, but this inexpensive 4K flatscreen offers crowd pleasing pixel-dense picture quality for those after a budget big-screen TV.
With 4K already starting to dominate the big-screen TV market, Sony has decided there's still room out there for a relatively high-end 55-inch HD model. But is it right?