B&O consistently delivers the last word in AV design opulence. But with the BeoVision 11 the beauty is more than just skin deep.
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It can cost over £10k and is far from super-slim, but this LED TV with built-in 3D Blu-ray player and motorised stand is pretty.
Whenever a new Bang & Olufsen TV appears, you can be sure its design will be utterly iconic. So it goes with the BeoVision 7-40 - and then some
At around £1,800 this is the priciest TV on test. It's also one of the most disappointing, in terms of versatility. While most of the TVs here have two HDMIs, the BV8 has just one.
Bang & Olufsen's products exist outside of the realms of regular TVs. Everything the company produces tends to be ultra-stylish and priced at a level that immediately deters most buyers. The BeoVision certainly does nothing to change that
While it's not exactly loaded with features, Bang & Olufsen's latest - a 40-inch LCD - is a design classic, up with the Vivadi in the style stakes. Complete with built-in DVD player and motorized stand that swivels at the touch of a button
Most people think the future of TV is high-definition, but long after HD Ready TVs have crept into t he nation's lounges there will still be room for style-obsessed manufacturers like Bang & Olufsen
Anovelty TV roundup just wouldn't be complete without a screen from those Danish purveyors of all things stylish, unusual and expensive, Bang & Olufsen. A high-end brand with the huge price tags to match, B&O doesn't