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TrustedReviews Awards 2012: The winners

The Awards

Phones, Tablets, Mobile Games
Cameras and Camcorders
TV and Media Streaming AV, Headphones, Home Audio
Laptops, SatNav, Console Game

Best Value TV of 2012: Panasonic TX-P42ST50
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The Panasonic TX-P42ST50 proves you don’t have to spend £1000 to get a world-class TV. At launch, it was the cheapest way to get hold of a NeoPlasma TV – using Panasonic’s latest panel technology. TVs like this demonstrate that if you’re after cinematic-looking, natural images rather than the punchy super-bright look of LCD, plasma is still the only way to go for a budget buyer.

Best Value TV of 2012 Award Runners-up:
Samsung PS51D550
Toshiba 32RL953

Best TV of 2012: Panasonic TX-P65VT50

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With more inches and more advanced tech than the budget pick TX-P42ST50, the Panasonic TX-P65VT50 is TrustedReviews’s favourite TV. Using the latest Panasonic filters and panel technology, its image quality is unbeatable.

Best TV of 2012 Award Runners-up:
Sony KDL-40HX653
Samsung UE46ES8000

Best Media Provider of 2012: Netflix

TrustedReviews Awards 7What sets Netflix apart from the runners-up here is price. Netflix is just so affordable at £5.99 that movie streaming fans would be silly not give it a go. It offers thousands of TV episodes and movies, many of them in HD and with surround audio. It’s accessible from dozens of locations too, including PS3s, iPhones, Blu-ray players and TVs.

Best Media Provider of 2012 Award Runners-up:
Sky Anytime
Virgin Media

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