Best TV Buying Guide: Welcome to TechRadar’s round-up of the best TVs you can buy in 2018.
While we buy some tech with the intention of replacing it every couple of years, we expect to hang onto other purchases for much longer. Our phones fall into the former category, but TVs are the latter. When it comes to TVs, we expect to keep them for several years, so it’s important to do some research and buy the right set for you.
That’s easier said than done, though – modern TVs offer such a wide range of different technologies and features that it can be hard to know what you’re looking for. It doesn’t help that these change year-on-year as the latest and greatest tech is revealed.
You could get the TV that promises to pack in every new technology out there, but it’s not all essential. Sky Q may support HDR10, but it doesn’t bother with the more advanced Dolby Vision. Neither does the 4K Xbox One X.
If you’re a Sky Q and Xbox One X user, then, you probably won’t want to bother forking out the extra money for a TV that supports Dolby Vision.
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