Opinion After living with a curved TV for 10 days, John Archer is convinced there are benefits to the bend.
While Panasonic might have called time on its plasma TV adventure, its 2013 plasma models are still very much available.
Philips throws the cat among the 4K pigeons with its debut 65-inch UHD TV, by stuffing it full of features and then selling it for £500 less than any of its rivals. Surely there must be a catch?
LG's debut 65-inch Ultra HD TV costs £500 more than key rivals from Sony and Samsung, but might just get away with it.
Toshiba ditches its usual value focus to pursue a slice of the suddenly exploding 4K TV market, rolling out a new £4,499 65-inch model equipped with a powerful new 4K processing engine.
You don't have to look far to spot the main appeal of this TV: it's one of the cheapest 50-inch TVs we've ever seen.
The 55-inch L55WT65 is Panasonic's flagship LCD TV with 3D, 3600Hz motion handling and local dimming. But is it all that?
LG turns on the style and smart features with this mid-range 55-inch TV, but an iffy contrast lets its performance down.
Panasonic has set out to deliver ultimate non-UHD TV picture quality with this uncompromising 60-inch plasma - and it might just have succeeded.
Sony's 47W805 enjoys strong features and pretty looks and costs much less than Sony's imperious W905 TVs. But is it a compromise?
Spectacular movie-friendly picture quality joins with a brilliant smart TV interface, so does that add up to an awesome TV?
Big and clever, Samsung's 64-inch TV sees the Korean brand making a big step forward with its plasma picture quality.
By adding new Triluminos technology to its outstanding flagship LCD panel design, Sony's W9 series continues to set new standards.
A 55-inch TV with an eye-catchingly slim metal and glass design, friendly interface, extensive multimedia/online support and decent all-round picture performance.
With its strikingly slender design, superb My Home Screen interface, solid online services and impressive all-round (2D only) pictures, Panasonic's TX-L42E6B delivers great value.
The 51-inch PS51E490 plasma TV may lack online features, but with a surprisingly strong 2D and 3D performance it offers great value for money.
B&O consistently delivers the last word in AV design opulence. But with the BeoVision 11 the beauty is more than just skin deep.
Big advances in picture quality and smart TV features ensure that Samsung's new flagship TV gives its upcoming rivals plenty to think about.
By stripping away features but not picture quality with the UE32EH5000, Samsung delivers one of TV's biggest bargains.
This affordable 42-inch Philips TV delivers 3D playback, online video streaming, multimedia file playback and powerful picture processing.
Sony's desire to be the king of everything extends to cutting edge TV, with this extraordinary 84-inch, native Ultra HD superstar.
Toshiba does its usual TV trick of serving up healthy dollops of what you like for less money than you would expect.