Monthly Archives: February 2010

Panasonic TX-P42G20 Now In UK

The first batch of Panasonic TX-P42G20 (also known as the Panasonic TX-P42G20B which denotes the 3-pin-plug British version) plasma HDTVs has today arrived at the warehouses of UK electrical retailers such as Comet and John Lewis. Update 9 March 2010: We have now completed and published a full review of the Panasonic TX-P42G20. The G20 series is, of course, part ... Read More »

Sony KDL40EX503/KDL32EX403 Launched

Sony’s 2010 batch of Bravia HDTVs is due to hit UK stores anytime soon, starting with the Sony KDL40EX503 LCD television which spec-wise replaces the immensely popular KDL40W5500. Update 4 June 2010: We have published a comprehensive review of the Sony KDL40EX503U HDTV. The EX503 series is part of Sony’s new Bravia ESSENTIAL (read: affordable) range. Five screen sizes of ... Read More »

3D TV @ Panasonic Convention 2010

On the 16th of February 2010, Panasonic chose the beautiful city of Munich to launch and promote their 2010 line-up of products – ranging from home entertainment systems to portable devices – at their annual convention. However, the central theme of this year’s convention was primarily on 3D TV. Financial Report We were greeted with an intro video, which was ... Read More »

Samsung UE40C7000 Launched

Samsung will be launching their new 2010 range of HDTVs – first unveiled at CES Las Vegas back in January – in the United Kingdom next month. Scheduled to first hit the stores (and the review desks) is the Samsung UE40C7000, an edge-lit LED-based 3D TV which will also boast the following features: 200Hz motion technology; Freeview HD tuner; “Internet@TV” ... Read More »