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 [[artnid:382331|Samsung's 2011 TVs including Australian pricing]].
Learn about [[artnid:379378|Sony's 2011 BRAVIA LCD and LED TV line-up]].
Check out [[artnid:383584|LG's 2011 'Cinema 3D' plasma and LCD TVs]].
Read our [[artnid:305199|LCD vs LED vs Plasma TV buying guide]].
6 / 10
Sony's BRAVIA KDL-32EX420 LED-backlit LCD TV is an entry-level model, but it still has access to Sony's linear Internet TV channels, of which there are at least two dozen, and the full BRAVIA Internet Video on-demand suite. We think this inclusion in a basic model should be applauded, but the addition of Wi-Fi would have been a master stroke. Picture quality is good for a 720p LCD panel, but you can buy more competent 1080p screens for around the same price.
- Review Date:
- 15th April, 2011
- Campbell Simpson