2011 TV reviews

All the LCD TV, LED TV and plasma TV reviews we've done so far in 2011

From what we're seeing so far, 2011's TVs are focusing on 'smart' features like Web access and video-on-demand. We've been impressed with what's on offer from the big brands like Sony, Samsung, LG and Panasonic — but read these reviews for our hands-on analysis.

Read about Samsung's 2011 TVs including Australian pricing.

Learn about Sony's 2011 BRAVIA LCD and LED TV line-up.

Check out LG's 2011 'Cinema 3D' plasma and LCD TVs.

Read our LCD vs LED vs Plasma TV buying guide.

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Toshiba Regza 46WL700A

Toshiba's Regza 46WL700A is a competent LED TV that displays vibrant, smooth and detailed video. It's reasonably effective at displaying 3D content as well; our main gripe is its lack of Web features like IPTV or any on-screen widgets. With this in mind, its recommended retail price is a little high. We have no complaints about its picture quality though.

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  • 30th March, 2011
  • Campbell Simpson
  • Toshiba
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  • Pros:
  • Sharp design, generally clean and vibrant picture quality
  • Cons:
  • Expensive, no Web features to speak of apart from YouTube (when a PC is connected and running Toshiba software)

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