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  1. Sony TA-A1ES

    Sony TA-A1ES

    Reviewed on 24th March 2014
    Price when reviewed £2000

    TA-A1ES isn’t perfect, but it’s talented enough in key areas to demand serious consideration

  2. Sony KDL-55W955B

    Sony KDL-55W955B

    Reviewed on 21st March 2014
    Price when reviewed £1600

    The W95 is a good TV in many regards, but we expect fireworks from a flagship set and the Sony just doesn’t quite deliver

  3. Sony VPL-HW55ES

    Sony VPL-HW55ES

    Reviewed on 19th March 2014
    Price when reviewed £2800

    Best projector £2000+, Awards 2015. A seriously capable performer that does nearly everything right

  4. Sony Xperia Z1

    Sony Xperia Z1

    Reviewed on 25th February 2014

    Sony fans will love it – this speedy slab of Xperia glass is an impressive smartphone

  5. Sony XBA-H1

    Sony XBA-H1

    Reviewed on 21st February 2014
    Price when reviewed £99

    At this price, good design and high build quality aren’t enough

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  7. Sony UDA-1

    Sony UDA-1

    Reviewed on 12th February 2014
    Price when reviewed £500

    Provided you use the UDA-1 in a set-up optimised for desktop use it’s a fine product. We’re really impressed by the build and finish too

  8. Sony HAP-Z1ES

    Sony HAP-Z1ES

    Reviewed on 3rd February 2014
    Price when reviewed £2000

    Sony’s ventured into high-definition audio territory with impressive results - the HAP-Z1ES is a smartly designed, superb sounding piece of kit

  9. Sony NWZ-ZX1

    Sony NWZ-ZX1

    Reviewed on 28th January 2014
    Price when reviewed £550

    Sony seriously impresses us with its first attempt at a premium high-res audio player

  10. Sony STR-DN840

    Sony STR-DN840

    Reviewed on 10th January 2014
    Price when reviewed £350

    A talented, well-equipped amp – just make sure it’s a sonic match for the rest of your system

  11. Sony PlayStation 4

    Sony PlayStation 4

    Reviewed on 23rd December 2013
    Price when reviewed £349

    Next-gen gaming is a glorious reality but you’ll have to make do without some last-gen features