These tall floorstanders cut a statuesque figure, but what's even more impressive are the 10 (yes, 10!) drivers packed into each cabinet...
The new NW-A35 Walkman supports hi-res audio, DSD, and sports impressive 45-hour battery life from a single charge...
Gorgeous animation, memorable songs, strong characters and packed with adventure and humour, Moana is a wonderful treat for the family.
4K and OLED screens take the limelight, with LG and Samsung going head to head in the TVs category as they battle to be the very best.
The portable £150 (S) and £300 (M) models feature Bluetooth, USB charging and long battery lives, while the (L) is an all-in-one system that combines Google Cast, Spotify Connect and HDMI input for £350.
The top tier 4K HDR Bravia Z series consists of 100in, 75in and 65in TVs, with improved technology promising better detail, colour and contrast.
The feature-packed system includes Tidal support, aptX Bluetooth, and a phono stage input, and will available from April.
The h.ear go is the world's smallest portable high-resolution wireless speaker, while the h.ear on and in models feature Bluetooth and come in five colourful finishes.
A new 4K LED TV range, the Technics Grand Class SL-1200G turntable and a much-anticipated 4K Blu-ray player are the highlights from Panasonic at CES 2016.
Tidal aims to deliver hi-res streams using MQA (Master Quality Authenticated) technology – and at no higher cost than the existing CD-quality HiFi tier.
Q Acoustics retains its Product of the Year crown for a second year running with the superb Media 4, while Canton, Dali and Geneva also make their mark in this popular category...
Five different brands, five Award-winning streamers. Cambridge wows us with a stunning new model, while Amazon's Ultra HD 4K Fire TV is crowned king of streaming boxes. Pioneer, Cyrus and Naim also pick up well-deserved trophies.
The HTC One A9 will be available from November in four finishes, with a fingerprint sensor, optical image stabilisation and the ability to create time-lapse videos
The wool covers are gone, but Libratone has added multi-room functionality, a new finish, and a smaller, compact size to its popular Zipp range.
The new HDR-1100S is available in 500GB, 1TB and 2TB sizes, with Freetime EPG and UK catch up services
The UE Roll builds upon the huge success of the UE Boom and Megaboom speakers, has a nine-hour battery life, is waterproof and comes in a variety of bright colours.
Uneven story aside, the stunning visuals, the inflatable robot and a tantalising peek at what a bright future we could have are enough of a hook for this animated adventure
Arcam has revived the Solo range with the release of the Solo Bar soundbar and complementary Solo Sub. The Bar offers a range of connections including aptX Bluetooth and promises to major on music playback.
Wireless speakers is one of the fastest growing categories in the What Hi-Fi? Awards, with 2014's five exciting winners spanning a price range from under £150 to over £750, complete with an exciting Product of the Year Award. Who says wireless speakers can't be hi-fi...
We take our first look at the Naim Mu-so wireless speaker, which offers high-res audio support, aptX Bluetooth, AirPlay, Spotify Connect and more, for £895.
B&O enters the wireless market with three new WiSA-standard high-end products - BeoLab 17, 18 and 19