Top 5 Smart TVs of 2015

With constant technological advancements, there seem to be so many options in the world of smart TVs. This can really make choosing the right one an extremely daunting task. If you find yourself on the hunt this Autumn and need a helping hand, we at eBuzz Towers are soon to be your new best friend! It’s important to spend your money wisely so understanding the features a smart TV has to offer are a crucial factor. We’ve chosen the top five smart TVs of the season and included the facts on screen size, connection ports, screen resolution and smart functions to make the selection that little bit easier.

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The relatively cheap Samsung 48JU6400 certainly takes a spot on our list of top picks. The 48 inch smart TV comes with 4K resolution which claims to offer four times the detail of full HD. It supports wifi mirroring, allowing mirroring from your phone or tablet to the TV screen. The multi-link technology enables screen splitting so you can multitask to your heart’s content. The innovative smart TV includes a full app store, with catch-up TV and games which can be played with your smart remote. This one is sure to be a good buy.


Panasonic Viera TX48CX400BSmart 3D Ultra

Unknown-2The Panasonic Viera TX48CX400B with the latest in 3D technology is another which certainly deserves a place on our top TV line-up. The 48 inch TV, with its cutting edge technology, allows you to dynamically control the amount of backlighting in order to reduce blurring on the screen, something which interferes with high-speed scenes in many action films. The 4k res. TV prides itself in having smooth picture and a full internet browser allowing you to surf the net freely without lifting your backside of the couch!



Others may offer better features than the latest SONY BRAVIA Android TV, but, the stylish and attractive contender still warrants a spot on the top TV list. It’s less expensive than the 4K TVs mentioned above and still features the most popular apps and offers two web browsing options; Google Chrome and Opera. Could we consider wanting more slightly greedy? Unknown



“Think of experiences you love on your smartphone or tablet. Now enjoy them bigger and better than ever. ” – SONY BRAVIA


LG Web OS 2.0images

The latest in LG technology, the LG Web OS 2.0 boasts to being extremely easy to use. The remote control is something worth mentioning. It features motion and voice control which surpasses that of all contenders. The practical LG TV also includes more apps than most others in its class. Something for those looking for something a little less complex.


LG 47LB730V Unknown-1

The LG 47LB730V is claimed to have been the best TV 2014 had to offer. Despite it being a year later in technological advancement, we feel the smart TV is a trusty old reliable. It still features excellent picture quality, superb interface and most of all, is a pleasure to use with a wide range of smart services displayed along the bottom of the TV screen. This one is a definite bargain.



Post by Paula Murphy

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