Monthly Archives: May 2010

Panasonic TX-P42V20 Hits UK Stores

Stock of the Panasonic TX-P42V20 (may also be known as the Panasonic TX-P42V20B, denoting the 3-pin-plug British version) plasma TV has arrived at Panasonic stores and independent dealers across the UK over the last few days. The TX-P42V20 comes from the Panasonic V20 plasma range which is the final piece of the puzzle (sandwiched between the more affordable G20 series ... Read More »

TV Stand: Buyers Guide

When shopping for a new plasma television, LCD HDTV or LED TV it is important to also consider the TV stand or TV cabinet the television is to be placed upon. This guide will inform you of the many types of TV furniture which are now available on the UK market, provide the pros and cons of each type of ... Read More »

Samsung UE46C8000 Review

The 3D TV market isn’t exactly packed at the moment, but unlike their current competitor, Samsung has a comparatively wide selection of 3D HDTV models on offer — although they do sit at the higher end of their product catalogue. Today, we’re reviewing the Samsung UE46C8000, which, as part of the C8000 series, is just one rung below the priciest ... Read More »

Canon Halts SED TV Project

Canon announced on 25 May 2010 that they would no longer be pursuing the surface-conduction electron-emitter display (SED) TV technology. After working with Toshiba and others over the past several years, the project has been deemed too expensive for continued production. Flat screen HD TV technology has been a blessing to many over the years, replacing big, bulky sets with ... Read More »

World Cup 2010 HD TV Buying Guide

The biggest sporting event on earth — the FIFA World Cup 2010 — will kick off in less than 3 weeks’ time. If like us, you’ve not been fortunate enough to snag a ticket to South Africa, there may still be time for you to do the next best thing. Namely buy a brand new flat-screen HDTV, and feast your ... Read More »