With its designer looks, rich feature count and excellent performance, the 46PFL8007 sees Philips making a very welcome return to the TV fray.
The LG 47LM860V combines a potent picture engine with a sensational design and fearsome feature list to offer a highly premium TV.
The mammoth 65-inch P65VT50 is Panasonic's flagship TV, with its most uncompromising plasma panel and multimedia features.
As well as being a style icon, the Samsung UE46ES7000 is mostly a great LED TV. Will serious movie fans be totally convinced, though?
Samsung relaxes its focus on design a little and strips back its processing power to deliver a more affordable, mid-range LED TV option.
Exclusive The Sony 32HX753 is a 32-inch TV with Edge LED lighting, smart TV functionality, multimedia playback support and active 3D.
Panasonic's mid-range P50ST50 delivers outstanding pictures, a tidy design and great features to keep plasma firmly on the map.
The L42WT50's designer looks, excellent LCD pictures and feature count suggest Panasonic no longer sees plasma as the only TV tech in town.
Just when you thought Sony's TV glory days were over for good, the brand goes and delivers the best LCD TV ever. Get in.
With glasses-free 3D and 4K resolution, the Toshiba 55ZL2 may be the most cutting-edge TV ever - and it's priced accordingly.
Can its use of LG's exclusive Nano direct LED technology help the brand's new 47LM960V 47in TV live up to its flagship status?
Samsung has pulled out all the innovation stops with this 46-inch smart TV to keep a couple of steps ahead of the chasing TV pack.
LG launches its 2012 TV season in dramatic - and impressive - style with the 55LM660T: a 55-inch Smart TV with passive 3D technology and designer looks.
Panasonic broadens its TV horizons with its first domestic passive 3D TV. And for the most part, it seems to be a positive move.
Samsung's new flagship TV marries stunning design and picture with a pioneering smart system. Is this the shape of TV in 2012?
The Toshiba 32RL858 is a 32-inch TV that manages to combine a strikingly affordable price point with just the sort of features and looks a savvy budget 32-inch TV buyer would be crying out for.
Sony reckons OLED is already old news, and that we should all be talking about its new 'CLED' technology instead
Sony goes for broke with its latest flagship TV. But does it really show a brand on top of its game?
Philips hits the innovation trail with the world's first TV to use a Moth Eye filter. But is the new technology as cool as it sounds?
Toshiba's 47VL863B is its first passive 3D TV. Can it take the fight to it's active wielding rivals?
LG's 50-inch flagship 3D plasma TV boasts a huge online service and active 3D, but are its pictures any cop?