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PC Show 2018 highlights

By Team HardwareZone - 3 Jun 2018



Shopping for a 4K TV and don't wish to pay through your nose? This 43-inch Philips PUT6002 is a slim 4K UHD TV that supports DVB-T2 for digital broadcasts, and comes equipped with three HDMI inputs. Going for only $649 here.

This 55-inch PUT7101 is not only bigger in screen size, it also runs Android, which basically means you’ve more apps to select from the Google Play store, as well as the Philips app gallery. This TV also supports DVB-T2 and HEVC. Going for $1,699, and you get free wall mounting and 3 years warranty.

The 55-inch Philips 901F 4K OLED TV features Ambilight (basically LED lights that produce halos of colors around the TV), runs the Android TV platform, and plays nice with HDR. Going for $2,599 here at PC Show. Comes with free wall mounting and 3 years warranty.



The Sony Bravia X7500F is a 4K HDR UHD TV running the Android TV platform. It has a slim narrow frame, comes with built-in Chromecast for you to cast your favorite content from your personal device to the big screen, and features Sony’s S-Force Front Surround audio tech that aims to create an immersive soundstage. The 55-inch model can be had from the show at $1,799.

If your needs are modest and you can do with a 1080p TV, the W800F is a good choice. It too runs Android TV, which means you’ve no shortage of movies, music, photos, games, and apps. The 49-inch model is going for $1,299, while the 43-inch model is going for $999. Display sets from last week's CEE show are also available, going typically at an additional $100 to $200 discount.

The Bravia A8F is Sony’s latest 4K OLED TV. It supports HDR, runs the Android TV platform, and features an Acoustic Surface technology in which the sound comes directly from the screen. The 55-inch model is going for $5,499 at the show, while the 65-inch one is going for $7,899. Either gets you free $100 Isetan vouchers and jersey vouchers worth $110.

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