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If you're after excellent picture quality at a reasonable price, the KDL-42W705 really delivers. It lacks extras such as 3D support and advanced motion processing, but its price reflects this and overall picture quality is still very strong.
The Sony Xperia Z2 phone bags a free Bravia television for the first people to pre-order on UK network Vodafone.
The first 3,000 people to order the 5.2-inch Z2 from Vodafone get a 32-inch Sony Bravia television thrown in for free.
It doesn't offer fancy OLED or a swanky curved screen, but this relatively humble TV still looks tempting.
At CES in Las Vegas, Panasonic announces a new Xbox-like interface for its new line of Viera LED TVs. The new TVs will recognize the viewer and help customize the experience through features like voice assistant, an info bar, and remote sharing. The company also announced that its new LED TVs will have the same picture quality as its former line of Plasma TVs.
Sony's new gadget adds smart TV features to your boring old Bravia, but it's far more expensive than similar alternatives from Google and Sky.
The Consumer Electronics Show is all about TVs, and this year we expect the usual slew of announcements and buzzwords, as well as one conspicuous absentee: Panasonic plasma.
Sony's 4K range of TVs gets two new members, with the X8504A series.
Buy a TV, get a free mobile phone: Sony is throwing in a free Sony Xperia Z smart phone when you buy a new Bravia HDTV.
4K is finally getting more af-four-dable, as Sony brings its Ultra HD X9 range of TVs to the UK for £4,000.