Philips Moth Eye TV review

The Philips 46PFL9706 uses a ‘Moth Eye’ filter – based on the non-reflective surface of a moth’s eye – to block as much ambient light as possible. The result? Unbelievable levels of contrast and some of the blackest b...


Philips 42PFL6805H Econova TV review

When it comes to helping save our ailing environment, the Philips 42PFL6805H, also known as the Econova, puts all other televisions to shame. Made from 60 percent recycled aluminium, this 42in LED panel is specifically engineer...


Panasonic TX-P50VT20 TV Review

The Panasonic TX-P50VT20B’s plasma tech should, in theory, make it better at 3D. LCD and LED-backlit LCD TVs sometimes have their 3D-ness marred by ‘crosstalk’, where elements of picture information intended for your left...

Philips Philips 46PFL9705 Review

Philips 46PFL9705 TV review

In some respects, the 46PFL9705 could only be a Philips TV. The Dutch company isn’t great-looking sets with integrated Wi-Fi, but it goes its own way where features like its Ambilight are concerned. Most screens at this price...


Samsung PS50C6900 TV review

Previous Samsung sets that have warmed our cockles started on the front foot thanks to a low retail price – not so with this one. While it’s undoubtedly good value for the size, at around US$1,800 it finds itself in mid-pri...


Samsung ES8000 TV Review

Samsung ES8000 – Screen time As you’d expect, the Samsung’s picture quality is outstanding right across the board. Bright, detailed and stable, the 3D image is the best we’ve seen from a TV so far, and high-...


Samsung UE46C8000 TV review

The Samsung UE46C8000 is a real looker. Even the remote is shiny and appealing, if slightly unintuitive. But get past the looks and you’ll find a superb performer. TV reception’s particularly stable, composed and de...


Panasonic TX-P42G20 TV review

Now that Pioneer has ceased TV production, we’re often asked if plasma TVs have had their day. Well, Panasonic certainly doesn’t believe this to be the case. The company has made more than its fair share of plasma sets over...

Review: Philips Moth Eye TV

The Philips 46PFL9706 uses a ‘Moth Eye’ filter – based on the non-reflective surface of a moth’s eye – to block as much ambient light as possible. The result? Unbelievable [...]


Panasonic TX-L32D25 TV review

When it comes to 32in TVs, this is undoubtedly the television to beat. Times move on quickly in TV world, though, and with new and cheaper models now out on the prowl, this Panasonic set could have its work cut out. The pressur...


LG 50PK990 Infinia TV review

With prices for 40in and 42in LCDs dropping well below the US$950 mark, it’s now not such a novelty having a TV take up an entire wall of one’s lounge. But a 50in panel remains a serious slab of tech and if ever a TV carrie...

Tested: Samsung D8000 with Smart TV

There’s a new breed to telly hitting the market, and Samsung’s 46in D8000 is the first to land. Switch it on and you’re greeted with a homescreen dubbed the Smart Hub. Styled like a smartphone menu, its arrangeme...

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