OUR VERDICT LG’s latest OLED is pricey, yes, but offers exceptional clarity when given 4K HDR content and a plethora of content on its well-rounded LG Content Store. FOR Ground-breaking contrast Beautiful, ultra-thin design Improved smart TV interface Spectacularly rich colors AGAINST Steep sticker price TruMotion can be annoying Upscaling could use improvement I’ll keep
Sony’s XBR900C certainly makes a statement with its form factor showcasing its stunning appearance. But what about performance? Can this set provide a picture image that is equally stunning as its design? Or is it just another attractive looking display in the ever expanding 4K UHD landscape. Well, let’s have a look and find out.
4K Ultra Slim LED TV powered by Android TV with Ambilight 3-sided 164 cm (65″) 4K Ultra-HD LED TV Quad Core, 16 GB & expandable DVB T/C/T2/T2-HD/S/S2 4K Ultra HD is unlike any resolution you’ve ever seen before Ultra-HD TV has four times the resolution of a conventional Full HD TV. With over 8 million pixels and our
Panasonic remains the last, best hope for plasma quality in an LCD. This year officially marked the death of plasma TVs, once the firm stronghold of Panasonic. Despite a impassioned minority of videophiles insisting that plasma TVs produced a better image than their LCD counterparts, they suffered on the showroom floor due for a number
Questions about the Samsung UN65KS9000? You’ve come to the right place. First thing’s first: The UN65KS9000 continues Samsung’s dedicated pursuit of the ultimate HDR experience with its high brightness and powerful color technologies. What that means is while there are one or two stumbles along the way, overall no other TV range around today offers
THE GOOD: The LG B6 outperforms every other TV we’ve tested, with the exception of even more-expensive 2016 OLED TVs, which perform about the same. It evinced perfect black levels, wide viewing angles, accurate color and a brighter picture than last year. It’s compatible with both types of HDR TV shows and movies, Dolby Vision