Samsung aims to reinvent the soundbar, in terms of both performance and compatibility with the latest AV standards.
Serious picture tech and an external soundbar ensure the spectacular-looking 58DX802 is more than just a pretty face.
Can cheap 4K really be good 4K? Panasonic hopes to convince us with its competitively-priced 55-incher.
Boasting a new type of lighting system, 4K and HDR capabilities, Sony's 65-inch KD-65XD9305 is one of the year's most exciting high-end TVs.
For its first TV of 2016 Samsung pulls out all the stops: UHD resolution, HDR, improved OS and gorgeous design.
Panasonic continues its eye-catchingly aggressive assault on 2016's TV market with the strikingly affordable 50DX750.
The 55PUS8601 is something we in the UK haven't seen from Philips for a while now: a genuinely high-end TV.
When Sony says 'home cinema' it's not messing around. The heady combo of 4K and HDR makes the VW520ES a stunner.
A 50-inch 4K Ultra HD TV for £499? Something's gotta give, right? Well, maybe that something is your low expectations.
LG's first 'mainstream' flat-screen OLED TV is here. But that's not all the brilliant 65-inch 65EF950V has got going for it...
Sony's new curved 4K packs quite the feature punch, with UHD resolution, Android TV, Triluminous expanded colour and future HDR support.
Panasonic jumps on the curved TV bandwagon for the first time with this 65-inch TV, boasting a 4K res and Firefox OS.
Updated Philips is out to make its mark on the crowded 4K UHD scene by selling this well-specified 55-inch TV for just £749.
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?
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?
Super-model skinniness and beautiful build quality, with the excellent webOS backing up its smart credentials. But looks and tech aren't everything...
Can a big-screen TV in 2015 be worth buying without a native 4K UHD resolution? This 50-inch Panasonic - with a price tag of just £520 - might just have a point.
Sony combines a native 4K resolution with an Android TV smart platform, new picture processing, awesome sound and sheer enormity to deliver its best flat TV ever.
Samsung's bid to bring 4K and curves to the masses continues with this well-specified but still decently affordable TV. But is its 48-inch screen big enough?
Loewe has returned to the TV fray in headline-grabbing style with native 4K UHD, and shows there's more to be excited about than just all those extra pixels, too.
After what feels like an eternity of delays, LG has finally launched an OLED TV with a 4K UHD resolution. But is it really the perfect TV we've been hoping for?
The 48-inch UE48JU7000T boasts direct LED backlighting, a Tizen-based smart system and UHD resolution - all for £1,400
Samsung's new UE65JS9000 delivers a stunning list of features, matched only by the brand's flagship UE65JS9500. What's not to like?
The TreVolo is a portable Bluetooth speaker with a difference. That difference being its two fold out flat-panel electrostatic speakers.