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.
The Philips 47PFL6008 benefits from an attractive design, strong audio quality and sharp HD pictures. It's difficult to get the very best pictures out of it however, and its smart TV system is dated and sluggish to use.
Stylish looks, excellent 3D performance and the immersive Ambilight system help the Philips 55PFL6007 stand out from the crowd. Its smart TV system still lags behind the competition, however, and its picture processing system is difficult to use. While there's plenty to like on this set, there's still not quite enough to turn our heads away from the likes of Sony's similarly priced 55HX853.
The Philips 46PFL7007 manages to combine very stylish looks with great picture and sound quality. It's a very high-quality set, but its so-so smart TV system and difficult to use picture processing stop it from scoring even more highly.
The 46-inch and 60-inch Philips 9000 Series TVs boast eye-popping 1080p resolution pictures and loads of 3D and Internet extras.
This 46-inch Philips 46PFL9706T's innovative screen filter and LED technology help it to produce stunning pictures with deep black levels and excellent contrast. However, picture settings take some looking after and 3D performance isn't great.
The Philips Cinema 21:9 Platinum and Gold widescreen models add 3D and the ability to watch two different things at the same time.
The Philips 40PFL8605H/12 LED TV can produce good 2D pictures, but its 3D performance is relatively poor. It also lacks key features that you'll find on similarly priced rivals, such as a Freeview HD tuner and support for BBC iPlayer.
Philips' upgraded Cinema 21:9 TV adds full LED backlighting and 3D compatibility to a movie-friendly aspect ratio. Its 3D performance isn't great, but otherwise it'll be well worth a look for home-cinema fanatics.
The 42-inch Philips Econovo 42PFL6805H is very expensive and lacks some important features, but it is also kinder to the environment than most TVs, looks great and has very good picture quality.
The classy 46-inch Philips 46PFL9705H/12 produces some startling pictures and has top-notch sonics, but the LED TV's line-up of Internet services is weak and it lacks an HD tuner.
The 32-inch Philips 32PFL9705/12 is expensive and can be a little fiddly to use, but it delivers stunning picture quality and impressively beefy sound.
A pretty cool TV all round. We love the styling and, once we turned the picture processing off, the picture was fairly likeable, too. As always, Philips manages terrific sound on this 37-inch TV, far better than most competitors.
For a 40-inch TV, £1,800 is too much to pay. In terms of performance, though, the Philips 40PFL9704H/12 is an amazing-quality set, with all the features a home user could want, as well as some little bonuses. Besides the price, it's one of our favourite TVs
The Philips Cinema 21:9 is aimed at a very specific audience. If you're a movie lover with deep pockets, you'll be very happy with this TV. Some projectors offer a better home-cinema solution, but they aren't all that suited to everyday use. Philips has achieved something pretty awesome with the Cinema 21:9, and we're very impressed
After immediately warming our cockles with its impressively slender design and eye-catching Ambilight system, the Philips 47PFL9664H/12 blew us away with one of the best all-round AV performances we've seen from any LCD TV to date
With Philips' 9000-series TVs causing such a stir, we were concerned that the lower-spec 32PFL7404H/12 would feel disappointingly stripped-down. But, despite being considerably cheaper, it still delivers a real flavour of the picture-processing power that's currently Philips' hallmark
It may be expensive but everything about the Philips 37PFL9604H/12 -- from its metallic bodywork and impressive connectivity to its innumerable features and sublime pictures -- screams quality