At CES 2011, Samsung threw the covers off over 40 new LCD, LED and plasma TVs. The Samsung Series 8 LED TV is the flagship model in the new line-up, and it's definitely impressive. It's got a bezel that's barely 5mm thick, with a glossy chrome finish...
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The Ohki 42" LED TV is a 42in LED television with a 1080p LCD screen that has a 1400:1 contrast ratio.
The Sharp LC60LE925X is a 60in, 3D TV with full LED backlighting, a thin chassis and excellent picture quality. Its 3D abilities are as good as competing LED TVs from Samsung, Sony, LG and Panasonic, but buying additional pairs of 3D glasses is expen...
The 50in Samsung PS50C7000 3D plasma TV has excellent picture quality and is well designed and constructed, and it offers a swathe of interactive Internet features. Best of all, it is cheaper than the [[artnid:345569|Samsung Series 7 LED television]]...
The Sharp LC52LE820X is a 52in, LED-backlit LCD television that uses Sharp's Quattron technology.
The LG 50PX950 is a 50in 3D plasma television that can be bought for little more than $2000, despite having similar features to more expensive televisions from brands like Sony, Samsung and Panasonic.
The Kogan Elite 100Hz LED32 is a 32in, LED-edgelit LCD television with a 1920x1080-pixel (Full HD) resolution. It's not as refined as similar sized LED TVs from Samsung and Sony, but it still has good picture quality and plenty of useful features.
The Sony BRAVIA KDL-55EX710 is a mid-range edge-lit LED television. Its 55in panel size is imposing -- it’s great for sitting back and watching sport or a Blu-ray movie, but you’ll need plenty of space to do it justice. The BRAVIA KDL-55EX710 has goo...
The Sony BRAVIA KDL-46NX710 is a 46in, edge-lit LED television with support for 3D content when an optional transmitter is purchased. It performs well when displaying 2D and 3D video, with black levels that rival last year's plasma televisions. We do...
The LG 47LX9500 is a 3D LED television that has excellent image quality and a wide range of useful Internet video-on-demand features. We're not sold on its design and the quality of its 3D decoding, but otherwise it's a stellar LED television.
The Samsung Series 9 (UA55C9000) is a 55in 3D LED television that is a mere 7.8mm thick across its entire panel, with a stunning side profile and excellent construction. Its picture quality is good and it has a huge range of integrated features that ...
Sony's Bravia KDL-52LX900 is the company's top television -- for its $5499 price tag you get a 52in 3D LED TV with some seriously extensive Internet video-on-demand features, excellent motion control and a good quality Full HD 1080p LCD panel. Howeve...
The LG 55LE7500 is a 55in edge-lit LED TV with Internet video-on-demand features and a thin, glossy design. Its picture quality is impressive, and the television's access to BigPond Movies on Demand is excellent for a lazy night in. However, the glos...
The Panasonic Viera TH-L32X25A is a 32in LCD television that comes with an iPod/iPhone dock. If you're looking for a small and simple television to function as a digital home entertainment hub, the Viera TH-L32X25A should serve well thanks to its wid...
The 50in Samsung PS50C7000 3D plasma TV has excellent picture quality and is well designed and constructed, and it offers a swathe of interactive Internet features. Best of all, it is cheaper than the Samsung Series 7 LED television; it's relatively ...
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