Product Review: 4K TV

From a consumer standpoint, 4K TV is just a new name, and an obviously bigger screen size for a TV. Does it matter? Oh yea, size matters since you would not have to go near the television to see what you are watching..

Besides, if you want to feel the air of a movie theatre, big is certainly better.

Understandably, when your visuals get bigger, the graphics should not look pixelated but more real; the sound should be fuller; and its stability, simple as it seems, should not only provide good balance but should blend with the TVs design. As for being a smart TV, it’s not really much of an issue yet as many are still satisfied with their smartphones and phablets.

Priced from £1,000 and up.. With a screen size of 40 inches to 85 inches, and even 105 inches like the flexible 4K TV from Samsung.. This is just one of those cases where you have to feel the product yourself as the determining factors are too simple – that everything really depends on your taste.

Here now are some of the leading 4K TVs of today…

LG 65LA970W
LG 65LA970W (65 inches) at £5,500 on launch..

 

Panasonic TC-L65WT600 at £5,500 on launch..
Panasonic TC-L65WT600 at £5,500 on launch..

 

Samsung F9000 (55 inches) currently at £4,000 in the U.K.
Samsung F9000 (55 inches) currently at £4,000 in the U.K.

 

Sony KD-55X9005A (55 inches) currently at £4,000
Sony KD-55X9005A (55 inches) currently at £4,000

 

In the end, as good as they are, price is always one consideration. As should be – value for our money. This is when lesser known brands come in..

Seiki SE39UY04 (39 inches) at $699 on launch in the U.S.
Seiki SE39UY04 (39 inches) at $699 on launch last year in the U.S.

Still, is price all there is in buying? Get up from your couch and choose.

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