Top TVs You Can Buy In 2015 – Ultimate Features and Improvements
Are you looking for a new TV supporting Full HD or 4K resolution? There are many aspects you should take into consideration, such as the screen size, the price, what features does the TV come with and who built it. Remember that once you buy this piece of home cinema equipment, you will use it for many years, because you can’t throw money out of the windows every year, when a new super TV is launched. So, think twice before choosing the TV that will stay in your house for the next, let’s say, minimum five years. Below, we’ll give you a list of models that received positive reviews.
This 4K TV is valued at £2,099 ($3245) and it has a 55inches screen with a resolution of 3,840×2,160 pixels, but which doesn’t offer the picture quality of an OLED display. On the outside, it really looks nice, having a thickness of 30mm and a metallic stand that matches the remote. The TV is 741mm tall and 1,238mm wide and comes with a SDXC card reader, 4x HDMI, SCART and Freeview HD and Freesat HD are built-in, which means that you can scroll back through the TV Guide without needing a satellite.
This is another 4K TV, but which is cheaper at £1,999 ($3090) and it has the same screen size and resolution as the previous model. It comes with the same video inputs and tuners, but it measures 741×1,238x283mm. The pictures have a great quality on this LCD screen, which has deep black levels.
It costs £749 ($1158), but its screen measures 47inches with a Full HD resolution of 1,920×1,080 pixels. The physical dimensions are 1,061x666x227mm and it supports 3x HDMI, SCART, component, composite and Freeview HD. This TV is a great deal for those who prefer a smaller TV with superb smart services, a great picture quality and an intuitive interface, which uses colorful cards to show the list of smart services on the bottom of the screen. When purchasing this TV, you’ll get BBC iPlayer, Netflix, Demand 5, Amazon Instant Video, Plex, Now TV and BlinkBox.
Its price is £369 ($570), but that’s because its screen is even smaller at 40inches and likewise the previous model, it supports Full HD resolution. It measures 906x578x196mm and has the same video inputs and tuner like the above mentioned TV. Despite of the small size of the screen, the colors are vibrant and you will enjoy watching your favorite channels in your bedroom. The list of offers includes Netflix, ITV Player, BBC iPlayer, Demand 5, 4OD, BFI Player, Digital Theatre, Wuaki.tv and Amazon Instant Video.
On this TV you’ll pay £399 ($616), but you’ll have in front of your eyes a 48inches screen that supports a resolution of 1,920×1,080 pixels. It measures 1,084x220x720mm, it’s very attractive, but it has fewer ports and Smart TV applications.