This Ambilight TV has a picture to brighten up your day.
Cheap, portable, wireless and noise-cancelling, these Philips headphones are fantastic value for money...
We take a closer look at Philips's new flagship 4K OLED TV with Ambilight, the 65in OLED 9 series...
This 4K TV has much to commend it, but a lack of catch-up apps and some sound and picture flaws mean it can't quite summon enough to beat its five-star rivals
These Philips noise-cancelling headphones look like our Award-winners, but can’t beat them for sound
The B1 is a smart compact soundbar useful for small TVs, but let down by lacklustre sound quality...
If you're looking for unrivalled comfort, an eye-pleasing design and impressive sound quality, the X2s deliver in spades...
Best portable on-ear headphones £100-£200, Awards 2016. A lovely pair of portable headphones. Highly recommended.
Best soundbar up to £300, Awards 2014. Everything a budget soundbar should be: insightful, balanced and unobtrusive
Best wireless headphones, Awards 2014. These headphones have all the selling points of the M1BTs, plus NFC. A does-it-all product every bit as good as its Award-winning predecessor
Stick with HD content and the Philips dazzles with confidence, but rivals offer better performance for a better price
Product of the Year, Awards 2013. If you want a shape-shifting soundbar with surround sound, make sure to seek this one out
Best wireless headphones, Awards 2013. The Philips cost a bit, but it’s a small price to pay for superb sound and Bluetooth functionality
Superb picture quality across both HD and SD content, this friendly Philips TV is lovely to watch and use
If you’re after a DAB/FM radio with Bluetooth functionality for a good price, we urge you to look here
It might have its niggles, but we’re willing to forgive them (mostly) for the wonderful picture and comfortable viewing experience. We’re impressed
Stylish and portable with a seriously enjoyable sound – there's a lot to like about this Bluetooth speaker
Another great set of headphones from Philips, the X1s are good enough to worry the very best at this price
There aren't that many 21:9 televisions on the market, but this Philips LCD is the best one we've seen so far
It might have some excellent aspects, but the lack of Freeview HD and blurred motion on this otherwise capable Philips hold it firmly back
This Philips backlit LCD certainly falls into the 'desirable' category, but a lack of HD tuner and its high price work against it
The second 21:9 LCD television from Philips certainly has some minor niggles, but for out and out wow factor it leads the field
In terms of performance this Philips is perfectly adequate, but there are much better choices out there – without even including Apple
It's beautiful to look at and a great compromise between eco friendliness and performance, but it's still not the best in its class
If you positively have to have a matching Blu-ray player for your Philips 3D TV, then this is the one to go for, otherwise there are better options
The Philips 46PF9705 has an intriguing specification but no HD tuner, and standard-definition pictures look rough
This LCD from Philips is a great television, but minor flaws, including lack of Freeview HD, prevent it from being truly exemplary
With the introduction of this smart and compact dock from Philips, B&W's mighty Zeppelin finally has some stiff competition
In the BDP3100, Philips has produced a great Blu-ray player that's only really beaten on price by its leading rival
Designed in conjunction with Pace, this set-top box can certainly perform, but there's no denying that others are worth the extra cash
It's larger then your average MP3 player, and there are a few foibles for sure, but we really like this classy design from Philips
This Blu-ray player is a real flag in the sand for Philips; it holds up well against the class-leaders, and at a good price too
We thought nothing would come close to matching the dramatic depth and punch of Pioneer's Kuro plasma sets. Enter Philips...
Once again Philips has produced a thoroughly premium set; the only snag is that thoroughly premium price to match
It's happened again - Philips has produced an all singing and all dancing set that we love. OK, blacks could be better, but we'd recommend this
This is a first-rate TV from Philips, but it struggles to justify the extra cost over another Philips model, the £1200 47PFL7404
The Philips BDP-3000 Blu-ray player has a decent picture and lively sound – all at a tantalisingly affordable price
It's expensive, but this 32 inch LCD from Philips offers a lot for what you pay, and you won't be disappointed
Utterly brilliant. £1500 might sound a tad pricey but this is one of the most exciting sets we've seen in years
They're simple enough to use, but we found the sound from these Philips cans to be woefully substandard