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JVC has announced the new DM85UXR 85-in 4K TV

JVC has thrown its hat into the "huge UHD TVs" ring with the announcement of the Diamond Series DM85UXR. At 85-inches, it's the company's largest UHD TV to date. JVC also claims that it delivers the most precise color reproduction on the market.  Read More

The Philips 55PUS7809 is an ultra-slim smart 4K UHD LED TV with Ambilight technology (Phot...

For all this year's noise about the dawn of 4K TV, the consumer market is still very much in its infancy. As such, it can be difficult to know what to look for when considering a purchase. With its flagship 55PUS7809, Philips is hoping factors such as HD upscaling, Ambilight and price will help it to stand out from the crowd.  Read More

Panasonic says AX900 (pictured) and AX850 owners can look forward to deeper blacks, less m...

Despite the relative lack of viewing content, Panasonic already offers a number of 4K TVs. That range is about to grow and improve with the release of two new flagship models. Panasonic says the new 65-in AX900 and 85-in AX850 deliver the best picture performance of any of its TVs.  Read More

TCL's 110-inch China Star Curved Ultra-HD TV at IFA 2014 in Berlin (Photo: Chris Wood/Gizm...

There's no denying it, it's a monster. TCL has given its flagship Ultra High Definition television announced at CES back in January a more immersive new bed-fellow in the shape of the 110-inch China Star Curved Ultra-HD TV. The company hasn't offered much in the way of details, but read on for what we do know.  Read More

The Sony Bravia S90 curved UHD TV

Given the frequent displays of one-upmanship from LG and Samsung over the last few years, you'd be forgiven for thinking that they were the only companies to manufacture UHD televisions. Of course other players like Sharp, Panasonic and Sony have all been knocking out 3,840 x 2,160 resolution TVs for at least as long as LG and Samsung, some even longer. Sony Europe has today announced that it's joining the curved 4K TV sparring ring with the launch of its Bravia S90.  Read More

Bang & Olufsen's new 55-inch UHD BeoVision Avant television

When the first Ultra HD televisions first started to trickle into the consumer space, early adopters paid quite a premium to be the first in the neighborhood to enjoy all that eye-popping visual goodness at four times the resolution of bog standard High Definition. Thankfully, prices soon began to drop and viewers today can get hold of a good-sized 4K TV for under a grand ... unless it carries the mark of Bang & Olufsen. The Danish luxury consumer tech manufacturer today released its new 55-inch UHD BeoVision Avant television for a cool US$8,000.  Read More

Samsung's 105-inch Curved UHD TV

Today appears to be the day for jumbo-sized TV announcements. First, we heard that LG will be debuting its 105-inch "world's largest curved UHD TV" at CES. Now, word comes that Samsung is making the same claim about a new TV of its own – with the added boast that it's also the "most curved" UHD TV ever.  Read More

Samsung's 110-in UHD display

Yesterday at IFA 2013, Panasonic showed off its impressive new 65-inch VIERA WT600 4K TV at IFA 2013, but today belongs to Samsung. The Korean electronics giant has revealed two enormous Ultra High Definition (UHD) televisions.  Read More

Samsung has announced that 55- and 65-inch UHD TVs are to join its 85-inch 4K LED model (s...

Samsung first unveiled its 4K UHD television line in the form of a massive 85-inch model at CES this year, but the company did promise that it would expand to both larger and smaller models. Now, the company has officially announced that it will be bringing 55- and 65-inch models to market in June.  Read More

LG's new 84 inch Ultra HD television (Photo: LG)

LG and Sony have both introduced Ultra high definition (UHD) TVs with 84-inch screens within the past three months and both are priced at US$20K or more. These monster televisions have 16:9 aspect ratio UHD screens (3840 x 2160 pixels). There are no more than a few hundred sets available worldwide, but even if a Christmas miracle happens and an 84-inch UHDTV makes its way under your tree, finding a video source to match the screen resolution could prove to be the real challenge.  Read More

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