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One unexpected side effect from the growing take-up of 3DTVs is that folks are migrating to larger screen sizes. This means a warm welcome should await Panasonic's TX-P65VT30. This 65-inch iteration of its top-of-the-line NeoPlasma range is a glorious extravagance. The sheer size obviously poses a challenge. It takes three people to get it out of the box and the 56kg weight means wall-mounting will require some serious planning. It's a good thing then that the supplied pedestal is smart and substantial. Engorged as it is, the design works well, with the edge-to-edge glass fascia taking on the appearance of a French window. Connectivity options are standard fare. Wi-Fi isn't built in, but Panasonic does include a USB Wi-Fi adaptor in the box. Powerful pictures A screen of this size is completely unforgiving when it comes to visual shortcomings in your sources, but feed it a Blu-ray and it shines. The VT30's picture is both refi ned and nuanced. Quite aside from the massive amount of fine detail on offer, the screen has extraordinary dynamics with stygian black levels and searing peak whites. At times I actually began to wonder if the panel, which sports the brand's High Contrast Filter Pro, for improved luminous efficiency, looks too black and contrasty.
By TechRadar, published 09-07-2011
OverviewThe Samsung UE60D8000 is the brand's most advanced LED screen yet. A 60-inch, 3D-capable and Smart TV-enabled flatscreen with drop-dead gorgeous looks, it sports a take-no-prisoners £4,300 price tag.With its built-in Wi-Fi, app store, web browser, media streaming and smartphone control, the UE60D8000 enters the upper echelons of the HDTV market, and faces stiff competition. First and fore...
By TechRadar, published 27-08-2011
This week's hottest reviews on TechRadarThis week has been a bumper week for kit on TechRadar - it's hardly been a slow week for news, either.We've got the pocket 3D camcorder, the Sony Bloggie 3D, the Panasonic DMC-FZ48 with a super 24x lens. Also from Panasonic is the 65-inch Panasonic's TX-P65VT30.And then there's the updated Sony Xperia Mini - a diminutive Android handset, HTC Evo 3D plus much...
By TechRadar, published 23-08-2011
Is Sharp's star on the rise? Hot on the heels of the news that Sharp could be about to get investment from Apple to become the supplier of iPhone and iPad screens, here's another fillip to the inventor of LCD TVs – a cracking 3D TV that's a polished performer with high-end sources, the LC-40LE831D. Hardly a major force in the UK flatscreen TV market, Japanese brand Sharp has a huge LCD business ...
By TechRadar, published 23-08-2011
Bang & Olufsen has taken the wraps off the BeoVision 7-55, a 3D version of its flagship set with a Blu-ray player integrated into the 55-inch display. Not only is the television active-shutter 3D ready, it also comes with its own motorised stand so you can elevate and swivel it to that sweet spot from the comfort of your sofa. The LCD screen features some LED backlighting technology, while an ultr...
By TechRadar, published 26-05-2011
Having worked on Star Wars with George Lucas and Aliens with James Cameron, Rick Dean knows a thing or two about making sure audiences experience movies the way filmmakers originally intended.And in the 3D era that's exactly what Dean, senior vice president at sound and picture guru THX, is fighting to achieve in the home."Whether someone gets up in the morning planning to buy a 3D TV is almost ir...