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Samsung 105-inch bendable TV

On the heels of its 85-inch bendable TV from last year, Samsung has added 20 more inches to the show-stopping flexible television, which can go from curved to flat at the touch of a button.

TCL 110-inch 4K UHD Curved TV

Chinese company TCL has announced its 110-inch 4K UHD Curved TV, which features glasses-free 3D and "infinite black."

LG 65UF9500

LG says its new ColorPrime technology, available on the high-end UF9500 series, improves color to rival Quantum Dots.

LG 65EF9500

In a move sure to please OLED TV fans who'd rather enjoy their expensive, high-contrast screens sans curve, LG will introduce flat OLED TVs too.

LG 77EG9900

The flexible TV can go from flat to curved and back at the touch of a button. First introduced as a concept last year, it will go on sale later in 2015.

Philips 65PFL8900

The Philips Smart Laser Backlight Ultra HDTV uses intense beams of monochromatic light -- a.k.a. lasers! -- to differentiate itself from other LED LCD TVs on the market.

LG 55EC9300

The 55-inch LG 55EC9300 offers the world-beating picture quality of OLED TV for the lowest price yet.

Samsung UN105S9W

​Samsung has announced its ginormous 105-inch UN105S9W television is now available for pre-order for $120,000.

Samsung UN65HU9000

The Samsung HU9000 has straight-up great picture quality, design and features, but the gratuitous curved screen adds very little to the viewing experience and way too much to the price.

Panasonic Viera TX-47AS740

It doesn't deliver the deep black levels and rich contrast that we'd expect at this price. Add in the fact that its implementation of the Freetime on-demand service feels half-baked and you're left with a TV that just isn't worth the high asking price.

Sony Bravia KD65X9005B

Sony's KD-65X9005B produces really stunning picture quality, not just with UltraHD video, but also with Blu-rays and HD broadcasts. Its sound quality is top notch too thanks to its meaty speakers. The chunky design, 3D performance and smart TV system could be better, but despite these weaknesses, it's still another very impressive TV from Sony.

Sony Bravia KDL40W605

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.

Bang & Olufsen BeoVision Avant

B&O's latest upscale TV pairs 4K resolution with a fancy motorised stand -- but demands a huge wad of your cash.

Sony Bravia KDL42W705

Despite its very reasonable price, the KDL-42W705 produces extremely good pictures thanks to its accurate colours, deep black levels and strong handling of shadow detail. It lacks the 42W829's superior motion processing and 3D support, but if your budget doesn't stretch that far you won't be disappointed with the 42W705.

Sony Bravia KDL-55W955

Despite good sound quality and an improved menu system, the KDL-55W955 remains a letdown in the picture department compared to other high-end TVs, as its black levels and contrast performance just aren't anywhere near good enough to justify its substantial asking price.

Samsung UE55H8000

Supremely stylish and bursting with features, the UE55H8000 produces excellent pictures, but it's very pricey for a Full HD model.

Sony KDL-42W829B

The 50W829 puts in an excellent performance thanks to its deep black levels, rich contrast and perky colours. It also largely avoids blotchiness in the backlighting, unlike most other LED TVs. It's only the set's uninspired smart TV system and mediocre sound quality that stop it from scoring even higher.

Sony KDL-50W829

The 50W829 puts in an excellent performance thanks to its deep black levels, rich contrast and perky colours. It also largely avoids blotchiness in the backlighting, unlike most other LED TVs. It's only the set's uninspired smart TV system and mediocre sound quality that stop it from scoring even higher.