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.
Fancy transforming your aging home cinema experience into a 3D haven? Well you can, and it’s cheaper than you’d think! Here’s our guide to creating your very own 3D palace without breaking the bank.
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.
Christopher Nolan, director of the latest Batman trilogy says the best way to watch The Dark Knight Rises is in IMAX, and he’s right. 3D’s great for games but the films are for fools!
I don’t know why I didn’t upgrade earlier, the Panasonic TX-L42ET5B is out of this world and I am so impressed with its picture quality. I’m still stunned! Read why here…
With Euro 2012 on the way, why not cheer on England and new boss Roy Hodgson – or the Republic of Ireland – by watching all the football action on a new television, whether LED, 3D or Smart.
If you’re looking to buy a new TV in 2012 then there’s plenty of top tellies to choose from ranging from the smartest to the sharpest 3D images imaginable.
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 next step in 3D home viewing is here, in the form of the Toshiba ZL2 – the world’s largest glasses-free 3D TV.