www.hisense.com.au PRICE FROM $1,098 Looking for a next-gen TV but don’t want to pay more than $1,500? Then step this way - the M7000 boasts a beautiful 4K HDR picture and comes with the essential 4K streaming app, Netflix. T3 SAYS A super screen on the cheap. SAMSUNG UA65KS9000W www.samsung.com/au PRICE $4,999 This flatscreen version of Samsung’s highest end SUHD television with its unique quantum dot technology provides LG’s OLED panels some stiff competition, especially when you factor in the price. T3 SAYS Those dots make a big difference.
www.sony.com/au PRICE $4,999 Android TV is back with a vengance and the Sony’s latest addition to its Bravia Range includes a new set of High Dynamic Range TVs that perform particularly well with Sony’s Slim Backlight Drive technology. T3 SAYS The best backlight in the business.
PANASONIC VIERA DX900
www.panasonic.com/au $4,999 PRICE Panasonic’s flagship 65-incher and its Hollywood Cinema Experience chipset has been colour-tuned to be certified as best in class by THX limited. T3 SAYS Panasonic delivers a top tier TV.
LG UH950T SUPER UHD
www.lg.com/au PRICE $5,299 If you want to get in on the Dolby Vision HDR standard (a slightly more advanced HDR processing standard than conventional HDR10) but don’t have the bank to fork out for an OLED then this is your TV. T3 SAYS Frame by frame HDR in 4K.
www.sony.com/au PRICE $3,699 The 8500 range misses out on the ultra slim backlight array and the contrast ratio boost, but the 8500D still claims the renowned X1 processor and the advanced colours of the TRIMOLUS display panel. T3 SAYS A great-looking 65-incher.