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Philips 50PFL7956H review

Philips 50PFL7956H review

John Archer gets to grips with Philips' most affordable 21:9 3DTV to date

Toshiba 32UL863B review

Toshiba 32UL863B review

Solid AV and network features makes Mark Craven wonder if there is room in his house for another TV

Philips 46PFL9706T review

Philips 46PFL9706T review

Philips has turned to the humble moth for inspiration with its latest TV

Samsung PS64D8000 review

Samsung PS64D8000 review

Those looking for a flatscreen TV that's more BFI than TOWIE should audition this over-achiever

Sony KDL-55HX923 review

Sony KDL-55HX923 review

Does Sony's top-of-the-line 55in HX923 series LED TV put design before performance?

Toshiba 55WL863 review

Toshiba 55WL863 review

Toshiba's latest TV finally brings a slice of its CELL TV brainpower to the UK

Loewe Individual Compose 46 3D review

Loewe Individual Compose 46 3D review

Loewe redefines the luxury TV category with its debut 3D-capable TV

LG 50PW450T review

LG 50PW450T review

LG's 3D-capable plasma rewrites the rule book. It's just a pity that in it's the wrong way...

LG Nano 55LW980T review

LG Nano 55LW980T review

LG's debut Nano technology TV promises unrivalled LED pictures. John Archer discovers if that's the case

Sony KDL-40HX723 review

Sony KDL-40HX723 review

Sony continues its 3D resurrection with its latest 40in TV, says John Archer

Toshiba 47VL863B review

Toshiba 47VL863B review

Toshiba's 47VL863B is its first passive 3D TV. But does it help or hinder the passive argument?

Panasonic TX-P65VT30 review

Panasonic TX-P65VT30 review

Panasonic has super-sized its high-end NeoPlasma display. Bask before the glory of the 65in VT30

Samsung TA950 review

Samsung TA950 review

Steve May checks out a mini version of Samsung's high-end LED TVs

Sharp LC-46LE831E review

Sharp LC-46LE831E review

This TV combines much-improved 3D talents with 'four-colour' technology to startlingly good effect

Toshiba 42RL853 review

Toshiba 42RL853 review

Toshiba's 42RL853 is tailor-made for the mainstream, but that doesn't preclude a few surprises

Panasonic TX-P42ST30B review

Panasonic TX-P42ST30B review

With a bit of patient tweaking this no-frills 3D-capable plasma acquits itself well

Samsung PS51D6900 review

Samsung PS51D6900 review

If your finances won't run to Panasonic's VT30 series, this 51-incher is an affordable way to go Smart

Samsung UE40D6530 review

Samsung UE40D6530 review

With advanced net connectivity, 3D and designer looks, this Samsung LED is a formidable bargain

Panasonic P55VT30 review

Panasonic P55VT30 review

The P55VT30 is the best domestic plasma TV John Archer has ever seen. And believe us, he's seen plenty

Samsung UE40D7000 review

Samsung UE40D7000 review

Samsung's step-down D7000 series doesn't cut on specifications at all

Top 5 Televisions

Samsung UE65JS9500 review

Samsung's flagship super-bright curved 4K/Ultra HD display rewrites the TV landscape

Panasonic TX-65CZ952B review

Panasonic's debut OLED carries a premium price tag. Is it worth it?

Samsung UE55KS9000 review

Dazzling, dynamic 55in Ultra HD TV set takes HDR to the edge...

Panasonic TX-65DX902 review

This flagship 4K/HDR set deserves its Ultra HD Premium status

Sony 55XD9305 review

This slim-screen 4K HDR Bravia can't quite match its performance to its aesthetics

Star Wars
Q: Which is your favourite Star Wars movie?

 The Phantom Menace
 Attack of the Clones
 The Revenge of the Sith
 A New Hope
 The Empire Strikes Back
 Return of the Jedi
 The Force Awakens
 Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
 I do not like any of them!

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