As well as being a style icon, the Samsung UE46ES7000 is mostly a great Smart 3D LED TV but will serious 3D movie fans be totally convinced? Find out by reading our expert review of Samsung’s 46″ LED contender.
Toshiba does its usual TV trick of serving up healthy dollops of what you like for less money than you would expect and the latest addition to the Toshiba family, the Toshiba 46TL963, a 46″ 3D LED Backlit TV is no exception.
Samsung relaxes its focus on design a little and strips back its processing power to deliver a more affordable, mid-range 3D Smart LED TV option without skimping on the features.
The Panasonic TX-L42ET5B 42-inch LED back-lit Smart TV is a passive 3D model offering 4 free pairs of glasses and a decent audio performance. Find out more in our expert review.
The Samsung UE55ES800 Smart 3D LED TV is the brand’s latest flagship panel, adding gesture and voice control to the familiar Smart TV feature roster. Everyone say ‘Hi TV!’
The Sony KDL-46HX923 LED 3D TV is a top end offering from Sony, packed with features and Sony’s trademark understated elegance – read our expert review for all the pros and cons.
Samsung’s entrant into this affordable TV face-off certainly hits the ground running, with an ultra-svelte, ultra-cute chassis design that makes the TV look much more expensive than it is.
Not so long ago, 37-inch TVs were the most popular size in Britain. In 2011, though, they seem to be a dying breed, with fewer and fewer models finding their way into TV ranges. Sony, for instance, only has two 37-inch TVs in its latest range, including the KDL-37EX524 we’re looking at today.
Panasonic has tried all manner of different TV sizes over the past few years, so I guess we shouldn’t be surprised to find it delivering another size ‘first’ in the form of its debut 55-inch model.
This Samsung plasma 3D TV has been eagerly awaited… You’ll enjoy the latest in Smart TV, where you can access LOVEFiLM and BBC iPlayer, and built-in WiFi!