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Sony KDL40NX803/KDL40NX703 Launched

The Sony KDL40NX803 and Sony KDL40NX703 LED-based LCD televisions (which constitute Bravia’s 2010 PRESENCE range) have started trickling into Sony Centres across the United Kingdom this week. In addition to the affordable ESSENTIAL (EX) range, Sony’s 2010 line-up of Bravia HDTVs are further segmented into PRESENCE (NX), CINEMATIC (HX) and SIGNATURE (LX) ranges. Models in the PRESENCE (NX) and CINEMATIC ... 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; “[email protected]” ... Read More »

Toshiba 46SV685D Review

Given the relentless push for super-slim edge-mounted LED-backlit LCD televisions by manufacturers and retailers alike in recent times, one could be forgiven for thinking that the local-dimming variant (theoretically superior in terms of picture quality) could soon be facing extinction. So you can imagine our relief when we received for review one such specimen in the form of Toshiba 46SV685D, ... Read More »

Samsung UE40B8000 Review

Samsung’s decision not to release a local-dimming variant of their much-advertised “LED TVs” in the United Kingdom this year meant that the B8000 range remains the flagship model on top of their pile of LED-based LCD televisions. Like the B7000 series we tested more than 6 months ago, the Samsung UE40B8000 HDTV we are reviewing today employs the “Edge LED” ... Read More »

Sony KDL40Z5500 Review

When we received Sony’s press release announcing the launch of the new 200Hz Bravia Z5500 LCD televisions a few months ago, we naturally assumed that its predecessor (the Z4500 range) would be slowly phased out. We couldn’t be more wrong: Sony has decided to continue selling the Z4500 series as a cheaper alternative alongside the Bravia Z5500 range. Having already ... Read More »