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Philips 49PUS6401 review

How much screen technology can you pack into a £500/$750 TV? If you’re Philips, you say: as much as possible. With Ultra HD 4K resolution

Polaroid P49D600 review

Verdict A decent display with a good amount of detail, which is let down by a difficult user interface and absence of features For 4K

Finlux 48UXE304B-P review

Remember the puzzle about the farmer who needs to get a fox, a chicken and a bag of grain across the river? Well, television manufacturers

Panasonic TX-40DX600B review

Verdict Small screen wonder offers an appealing 4K experience at an affordable price For Decent picture quality Full-bodied sound Elegant, appealing interface Good price Against

Finlux 49UT3E310B-T review

PROS Decent passive 3D and plenty of glasses supplied Good connectivity Super-low price CONS Soft pictures don’t do 4K justice Limited smart TV experience KEY

Finlux 32HME249S-T review

Pros It’s very cheap Pictures are decently sharp Good to find smart features for this little money Cons Below par black levels Some backlight inconsistency

Philips 55PUT6400 review

Pros Good 4K picture quality Extremely aggressive price Even upscaled pictures look sharp Cons Setup requires care Pictures look a touch “forced” with non-4K material

Finlux 55F9076-T review

Pros Bright pictures look pretty good 3D is very good Sold at the time of writing with free 7-inch Finlux tablet Cons Black levels are

Finlux 32HBD274B-NC review

Pros Amazingly cheap for a 32-inch combi Pictures aren’t nearly as horrific as expected PVR support via USB Cons Ugly looks Feeble sound Picture quality

Finlux 48FT3E242S-T review

Pros Unusually good picture quality Great value Good smart features for the money Cons Backlight clouding needs to be worked round Crosstalk with 3D Crushed

Finlux 55UT3EC320S-T review

Pros Fair price for a curved 4K TV Surprisingly effective HD upscaling Appealing design Cons Some backlight clouding 4K images look soft No 4K streaming