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.
Sony was an early exponent of net-connected TV. While it’s rivals were fumbling through the adolescent stages of internet connectivity, the Japanese major already had a mature IPTV portal on the go in the shape of its BRAVIA Internet Video (BIV) service.
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!
The Samsung UE40D7000 packs a mighty punch, and the excellent Smart TV gives you loads of content. The 3D images have improved, and 2D and HD images look about as sharp as it gets!
This Samsung set is something to get excited about! Or terrified, if you’re going to brave Resident Evil on the 3D screen. If being surrounded by zombies isn’t your thing, you can enjoy the internet with apps like Facebook and YouTube!
Freeview HD, LED backlighting, and internet widgets have gone from being pipe dreams to mainstream in no time at all, but few sets have combined all three to such seductive effect as the Sony KDL-40EX703.
3D TV is all the rage at the moment and is certainly one of the most increasingly popular technology ‘must-haves’ for 2011. But do you really know how 3D TV works and which one is best for you?
If you’re considering a new TV purchase or replacing an old telly set, then this is the place to start with our guide to deciding what to buy. It explains everything you need to consider in language you’ll understand.
Every man needs a man-den, somewhere to hideaway from the stresses and strains of modern wife. Oops, I meant life, of course. And what does every man den need? Gadgets and gizmos of course. Find out how to create the perfect man-den.