If your old TV has finally bitten the bullet, or you just fancy the latest model with its brand new technology enhancing your favourite films, a stylish new TV needn’t cost the earth.
The big name brands frequently release budget-conscious models that are perfect for main family rooms, as a second, or even third screen, and as technology is becoming easier and cheaper to acquire, this trend will continue.
So, with that in mind, we’ve looked at the best selling TVs under £700, and after giving them a thorough testing, have come up with our three winners:
This sleekly curved Samsung has much to offer, aside from its glamorous good looks.
The visual adventure is second to none, with gloriously rich blacks providing a realistic depth to any scene, while the brighter tones are crisply clear, with no edge blurring. The peak brightness is impressively consistent, allowing even the tiniest detail to appear lifelike.
Colour resolution offers a crystal clarity, which, with the comfortably wide viewing angle, carries the jewel-like luminosity across the full screen width.
With Alexa on hand to answer any whim, there’s no need to move away from this dynamically brilliant Samsung TV!
TCL have produced yet another stylish looking model to add to their catwalk-ready range. Slimline bezels and an attractively unobtrusive stand allow the offered immersivity to power-up your senses.
Delivering an excellent contrast ratio, with decently deep blacks, the uniformity is even from bezel to bezel, allowing each colour from the complete gamut to shine with a back lit glow. The colour accuracy, too, is excellent, with even the reds and greens offering a great crispness and clarity.
The smart interface is pleasantly easy, efficient and responsive to use, and with such a great choice of apps and channels, this is easy to recommend.
Samsung just keeps on pulling out all the stops – this 2021 release has it all.
The performance is all round exceptional. With the great contrast ratio offering deeply satisfying blacks and crisp, clean whites, the lack of local dimming doesn’t affect the visual experience at all. Supporting a fully wide colour gamut, the wide viewing angles keep up the realistic accuracy, all adding to the visual excitement.
This TV doubles as a decent HDR gaming machine, with an awesomely low input lag, and impressive response time, has Alexa built in, and provides a smooth surfing experience. All in all, a TV well worth recommending!
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