Smart TV

Very similar principle to your smartphone, Smart TVs come ready-equipped with internet capability. Once connected to your router (usually wirelessly) they will give you access to a plethora of different apps. Content varies from brand to brand, and model to model, but generally you get social media apps like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, plus a full web browser and access to catch-up services such as BBC iPlayer. Some also include interactive features such as face recognition along with voice and motion control, but these are only available on certain models, so be sure to check the instructions before you start talking to your television – especially if the neighbours are watching.

Product review: Panasonic 65HZ2000B TV

Product review: Panasonic 65HZ2000B TV

Looking for a solution to your lack of space for home cinema? Panasonic might have just the TV for you. The 65HZ2000B promises to deliver an OLED panel with matching Dolby Atmos enabled speakers system. Join us to find out …read more

Product review: Sony KD-48A9 TV

Product review: Sony KD-48A9 TV

If the monstrous size of OLED screens put you off in the past, the Sony KD-48A9 is here to rescue you. Sony’s Master series OLED TV is now available in a 48 inch. And it might just be the best …read more