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Virgin TV V6 hands on review

Virgin TV’s answer to Sky Q is its new V6 set-top box, which is 4K and (from next year) HDR compatible, comes with a 1TB

Virgin TV V6 box vs Sky Q: What’s the difference?

Sky Q has been around for just over a year and has been the undisputed king of paid TV in all that time. Now a

Virgin TellyTablet Hand-on Review

KEY FEATURES 1920×1080 resolution 32GB storage (expandable by micro SD) Two USB ports Battery life up to eight hours Four speakers Kick stand 14-inch screen

Virgin TV V6 box and TellyTablet preview: TiVo supercharged and 4K HDR ready

Virgin Media has announced an entirely new TV platform, positioned as an evolution of the current TiVo service as opposed to a revolution. Called Virgin

Anthem MRX 1120 A/V Receiver Review

PRICE $3,499 AT A GLANCE Plus Dolby Atmos and DTS:X support Anthem Room Correction (ARC) 11 amp channels in one box Minus ARC doesn’t calibrate

PlayStation Vue vs. Sling TV : Face-Off

Suppose you’re ready to get rid of a restrictive, expensive cable package, but not quite ready to give up a variety of live channels at

PlayStation Vue review

Live cable on the cheap … as long as your router can handle it. OUR VERDICT While PlayStation Vue improves upon the less-expensive experience of

Samsung 2016 Tizen Smart TV System Review

Pros Lovely interface New Smart controller is great Plenty of apps including 4K & HDR Intuitive to use, mostly IoT integration is promising Cons Currently

TiVo Bolt Unified Entertainment System Review

    PRICE $300 (500 GB), $400 (1 TB)AT A GLANCE Plus One-touch leapfrogging of any size commercial block Four tuners Can play shows 30

TiVo Bolt (1TB) review: getting smaller and faster has a price

TiVo has been in the DVR game for the better part of two decades, and even in the slow-paced TV world, that’s enough time to

Toshiba 42L7453DB review

Pros Good price Bright, colour-rich pictures MediaGuide Replay is an excellent smart addition Cons Native black levels aren’t great Crosstalk and motion issues with 3D

TiVo Roamio OTA review: Finally, TiVo makes a DVR for cord-cutters

  Cable TV and TiVo go together like peanut butter and jelly, or at least they did until now. The company that, for all intents