Buying a good TV is one of the better tech investments you can make because most people use it for several hours a day, it’s a shared experience often with a number of people watching and, if you buy carefully, it will last a good few years.
With TVs, bigger is not always better and, for us, a smaller, higher quality picture always wins out.
While not as sophisticated as the Samsung’s top-end QLED imaging system, this is the latest generation of mid-range TV technology from the market leader.
One of our winners from last year’s TV round-up makes it on to this year’s list by offering the best picture quality for the price in this smaller 43-inch format.
Over time, the standard size for TVs has grown to 49 inches, but many people’s living space hasn’t necessarily followed that trend.
Probably the best-looking set on test, this large panel is finished in a handsome metallic frame with elegant matching metallic feet.
Until now, if you wanted the true bleeding edge in TV tech, your choices were limited to just one manufacturer: LG, who had pioneered the market in OLED screens. Today, newcomer Skyworth is the alternative choice, offering exceptional value for money in this category with their own OLED TV, the 55-inch S9A. The front of […]
Buying a new TV? We put some of the most popular TV models through our tests to find the best value sets on South African retail shelves. Here’s how we test TVs…
This TV delivers a strong UHD experience, although the HDR delivery is not as detailed or responsive as some other mid-range sets. But that is no deal-breaker, unless you’re a very fussy movie buff. For gamers, the TV can bypass all its fancy processing to deliver a respectable 31 ms response when you select Game […]