1. Panasonic Viera TX-P50GT30

    Panasonic Viera TX-P50GT30

    Panasonic's first new 3D plasma TV of 2011 shows the rest how it should be done.

  2. Samsung UE46D7000

    Samsung UE46D7000

    If Samsung's UE55D8000 was too big and expensive for you, the UE46D7000 could be just the ticket.

  3. Samsung UE55D8000

    Samsung UE55D8000

    Samsung's first second-gen 3D TV is here. If you see what we mean... Plus, like it or not, it's packing some serious 'Smart TV' heat.

  4. Panasonic Viera TX-P42VT20B

    Panasonic Viera TX-P42VT20B

    This 42-inch plasma further consolidates the VT20 range's position as currently the most consistently watchable 3D televisions.

  5. Philips 46PFL9705H

    Philips 46PFL9705H

    Is this the first LCD TV we've seen that makes 3D look convincing and not headache-inducing?

  6. Samsung PS50C6900

    Samsung PS50C6900

    The first big-screen TV that makes alternate frame 3D both truly watchable and truly affordable all at the same time.

  7. Sony Bravia KDL-40Z5800 40in LCD TV

    Sony Bravia KDL-40Z5800 40in LCD TV

    John reviews the 40in Sony Bravia KDL-40Z5800 LCD TV - the brand's first set with a built-in Freesat tuner.

  8. Panasonic Viera TX-P58V10 58in Plasma TV

    Panasonic Viera TX-P58V10 58in Plasma TV

    Picture quality is of paramount importance when choosing a TV, so does this 58in Panasonic plasma succeed on that front?

  9. Sony Bravia KDL-22E5300 22in LCD TV

    Sony Bravia KDL-22E5300 22in LCD TV

    Sony unleashes its KDL-22E5300 22in LCD TV in a bid to banish second-room TV mediocrity.

  10. Samsung Series 8 UE46B8000 - 46in LCD TV

    Samsung Series 8 UE46B8000 - 46in LCD TV

    John takes a look at the top of the range version of Samsung's ultra-thin LED backlit TV range, the UE46B8000.

  11. Philips 24PFS5231

    Philips 24PFS5231

    Two cheap and decent-quality products for the price of one.

  12. Linsar X24-DVD

    Linsar X24-DVD

    The most feature-rich and best-sounding small TV in town

  13. Kogan 19XXXYA

    Kogan KULED19XXXYA

    A 19in LED TV that costs just £89 but isn't rubbish.

  14. Sony 26EX553

    Sony KDL-26EX553

    Sony brings a touch of class to the small TV world with this 26in model.

  15. Panasonic TX-L24E3B

    Panasonic TX-L24E3B

    Panasonic’s smallest LED TV yet is a good if somewhat expensive option for people unwilling to compromise on resolution even with a second-room TV.