Good picture quality and web portal, be it a little slow. Somewhat pricey
26 February 2013
Summary: Decent picture quality and web portal with average sound as is expected for a small TV. Web portal could be a little faster, however there is a good choice of content. There aren't many TV options at less than 34". The Sony is the pick of the bunch, be it very expensive for what you get. I wouldn't exactly call it "slimline" as it is at least 1.5" thick. Good connectivity, however one wonders why manufacturers persist with having a SCART socket. Who would use that?
Summary: Great T.V. For a great price of £333. Only let down by it's poor sound. Sounds a bit like the T.V. Is in a tin box. Sounds a bit better after fiddling with sound adjustments. All of the smart features work well especially the ability to plug in an old external hard drive I had, to have a very simple effective PVR setup which can be controlled by the remote control. I did try a flash memory stick but this was not recognized. 26" is a perfect size for our bedroom.
Summary: This TV has many good features and, in the main, is easy to set up and operate (although it takes time to learn all the features - I haven't yet). The display is excellent and the colour is very much improved compared with earlier Bravia attempts which I assume is due to the move to LED backlighting. BUT the sound from the TV speakers is trully appalling - so harsh and tinny that I am at a loss as to how the designers could possibly allow the thing to go into production.