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Top ten: Best TVs for 2021 Round up

Here we will roundup the best TV’s that are available to buy in 2021. We collate all the best reviews around the web for laptops and condense it into a bite size, easy to read format for you.

Not many products get a 100% score, however the Samsung Q90 QLED TV is an exception. It sets the bar for TV’s in 2021 with pure colours and deep blacks, combining its 4k Quantum HDR processor to deliver the ultimate viewing experience.

1. Samsung Q90 QLED TV – 100% TechXpert score

Read reviews down below:

  • The Samsung Q90 is easily the most impressive QLED we have reviewed to date, incorporating comprehensive features and cutting-edge picture innovations. – Techradar review – 100%
  • The QE65Q90R is a stellar TV that sets a mighty high bar for the rest of 2019’s TV contingent to follow. – TrustedReveiws review – 100%
  • The Q90R is an exceptional telly. – WhatHiFi review – 100%
  • The QE65Q90R may not have the crowd-pleasing OLED slimness, but its picture-making prowess is now on a par with the more glamorous technology. – Stuff review – 100%
  • Samsung’s flagship QLED TV shines brightly in almost every way. – ExpertReviews review – 100%

2. LG C8 OLED Series – 96.85% TechXpert score

  • LG’s more affordable OLED TV has gorgeous picture quality and is great value for money. – TrustedReviews review – 100%
  • The C8 OLED combines an impressive picture, extensive features, attractive design and an unrivaled smart platform to deliver one of the best TVs we have yet to see. – Techradar review – 100%
  • Individually small but collectively significant improvements make the C8 a superb all-rounder of a TV. – WhatHiFi review – 100%
  • The LG C8 OLED TV is the best TV you can buy this year thanks to stellar picture quality, excellent ease of use, rich features, and a relatively approachable price point. – DigitalTrends review – 100%
  • An ultra-bright, beautiful 4K TV with stunningly vivid gaming and movie performance. – T3 review – 100%
  • When it comes to picture quality, LG’s OLED 4K TV lineup beats all comers. – Wired review – 88%
  • The LG C8 is the best performing TV we’ve tested to date. It delivers perfect black levels, wide viewing angles, accurate color and a great bright-room picture. – Cnet review – 90%

3. Sony Bravia A9F OLED (2018) – TechXpert Score 95.5%

  • The Sony A9F is an outstanding OLED TV, one of the best we have ever tested. – Rtings review – 100%
  • Sony calls the AF9 has ‘the king of screens;, and in many respects it lives up to the hyperbole. – TrustedReviews review – 90%
  • The A9F shines with clever design, excellent sound, and of course that luxurious, rich picture inherent to OLED. – Techhive review – 90%
  • The Sony AF9 is a stunning television in so many ways, including by being one of the best-sounding TVs. – WhatHiFi review – 100%
  • The A8F was fantastic and this model definitely and visibly/audibly outperforms its still very new predecessor in certain key ways. – 4K review – 93%
  • One OLED to rule them all – now for less. – ExpertReviews review – 100%

4. Philips 803 OLED – TechXpert Score 94.3%

  • With a power packed second-gen P5 image processor, snazzy design and three sided Ambilight, the 55OLED803 4K is philips best OLED TV yet – and the price (by OLED standards) is also highly appealing. – T3 review – 100%
  • With the bugs now squashed, the Philips 803 is the most convincing argument yet against buying an LG OLED. – WhatHiFi review – 100%
  • A great OLED TV at a ground-breaking price. – TrustedReviews review – 92%
  • Philips has conjured up a cracking 4K OLED screen with the 55OLED803. – Techradar review – 100%
  • The OLED803 genuinely offers up some of the most accurate SDR images, but also the most dynamic HDR. – AVForums review – 90%
  • Philips takes LG’s 2018 OLED panel and weaves its image processing and Ambilight magic to create something very special indeed. – ExpertReviews review – 100%
  • Philips has made it possible to expand the mood lighting effects to the rest of the living room to the Philips Hue lighting system. – FlatPanelsHD review – 82%
  • Four HDMI sockets make it easy to connect a Blu-ray player, games consoles and TV set-top box. – RicherSounds review – 91%

5. Panasonic FZ952/FZ950 OLED (2018) – TechXpert Score 93.2%

  • The Panasonic FZ950/FZ952 OLED is an excellent flagship TV. – TrustedReviews review – 100%
  • This polished Panasonic 4K Pro HDR OLED is picture-perfect. Techradar review – 93%
  • Panasonic’s 2018 OLEDs are some of the best of the year so far – and the FZ952 also sounds better than almost any other TV. – WhatHiFi review – 100%
  • Panasonic continues to lead the way when it comes to truly cinematic TV, even if there’s no Dolby Atmos here. – T3 review – 100%
  • Panasonic has slashed the prices of this year’s OLED models and as such FZ800 is far cheaper than last year’s EZ950. – FlatPanelsHD review – 73%

6. Sony KD-65XF9005 – TechXpert Score 92.5%

  • Sony KD-65XF9005’s combination of flagship features and mid-range price make it something of a stunner. – WhatHiFi review – 100%
  • The 65-inch Sony KD-65XF9005 is essentially a new mid-range 4K HDR TV with high-end aspirations. – TrustedReviews review – 90%
  • If you’re the Sony KD-65XF9005, you generate excitement by bringing flagship features within the reach of those of us who don’t have a property portfolio. – Stuff review – 91%
  • The Sony display has a scintillating dynamic picture, which performs just as well in all genres – sports, games, series and movies. – LBTechReviews review – 92%
  • A recently released and gigantic 4K 69mm thick TV, with ok running costs and a very good spec. – Kagoo review – 82%
  • Fantastic detail in the brightest and darkest picture elements, Brilliantly bright and punchy, Stunning but natural colours, Loads of apps, Clear sound. – TestFreaks review – 100%

7. LG E8 OLED Series – TechXpert Score 89.37%

  • The OLED55E8PLA is another stunning 2018 LG TV. – WhatHiFi review – 84%
  • Its new OLED models, a powerful new processing system that LG claims unlocks much more of the potential of its premium screen technology. – Techradar review – 100%
  • Unique and attractive design. – TrustedReviews review – 80%
  • The LG OLED E8 is an excellent 4k OLED TV with a remarkable picture quality. It can display perfect blacks and is has excellent for dark room viewing. – Rtings review – 89%
  • LG’s OLEDs continue to crush competitors, and the E8 is the new crown jewel. – DigitalTrends review – 90%
  • The 2018 E8 OLED positions LG as an AV player that’s still in the lead when it comes to image quality. – PCWorld review – 90%
  • The OLED pace-setter returns – only this time, it’s bringing an assistant. – Stuff review – 88%
  • If the best possible 4K/HDR picture quality is what you’re after, LG’s E8 series is an excellent choice.  – Reviewed review – 94%

8. Samsung Q900R QLED TV (2018) – TechXpert Score 88%

  • 8K pictures look immense, incredible brightness and colour, ground breaking upscaling and cheaper than expected. – Techradar review – 100%
  • It’s all about sharpness and detail. The image is unbelievably lifelike, and draws you in to an extent that 4K simply can’t match. – WhatHiFi review – 80%
  • You’ll be first on the block with a 4320p TV. – T3 review – 80%
  • The new “AI” upscaling engine is Samsung’s main selling point for investing in an 8K TV right now. – FlatPanelsHD review – 82%
  • Excellent content upscaling for all resolutions (the 8K resolution is definitely not a problem). – 4K Sections review – 86%
  • Samsung’s second generation of 8K TVs sets new standards. – TrustedReviews review – 100%

9. Sony Bravia XF90 Series (2018) – TechXpert Score 84.66%

  • A versatile midrange LED LCD TV that excels particularly with motion clarity, upconversion quality and HDR impact. – HDTVTest review – 92%
  • With stunning HDR, superb motion handling and top-notch upscaling, Sony’s XF90 is set to take the mid-range TV market by storm. – ExpertReviews review – 88%
  • The picture quality is great and Sony continues to be at the forefront in many areas. X900F deliver contrast-rich pictures across SD, HD, and 4K, for SDR as well as HDR. – FlatPanelsHD review – 88%
  • There is no doubt that when it comes to outright picture quality the Sony XF90 excels for an LCD LED TV. – AVForums review – 80%
  • Sony’s X900F is one of the best-looking LCD TVs we’ve seen in years. – DigitalTrends review – 80%
  • The Sony XBR-X900F evinces excellent image quality, with deep black levels, accurate color, solid video processing and very good high dynamic range performance. – CNET review – 80%

10. Vizio P-Series – TechXpert Score 81.71%

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  • The midpriced Vizio P-Series has excellent overall image quality, with exceedingly deep black levels, plenty of brightness, rich contrast and superb video processing anchored by a true 120Hz panel. It handles both HDR10 and Dolby Vision high dynamic range sources. It plays well with phones, Alexa and Google Assistant. – CNET review – 90%
  • The Vizio P Series 2018 is a great TV for a wide range of different usages. It has very good picture quality, especially when viewed in a dark room due to the high native contrast ratio and great local dimming. – Rtings review – 83%
  • Deep blacks and vibrant color. Chromecast built in. Full array local dimming and HDR for improved contrast. – Wired review – 80%
  • For picture quality on a budget, Vizio’s new P-Series is absolutely unbeatable. – DigitalTrends review – 80%
  • The 2018 Vizio P-Series puts out some gorgeous pictures and offers superior 4K HDR performance. – Techradar review – 80%
  • We love how this TV delivers HDR. – TechHive review – 70%
  • The Vizio P-Series is one of the company’s best TVs in 2018. – Reviewed review – 89%

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