The consumer champion has been testing hundreds of TVs over the past six years, and they’ve come to the conclusion that it’s not worth picking up a TV with a 32inch screen size or lower. While Which? does not specifically mention 4K TVs in their study, the smallest size 4K TVs typically come in at is 40inch. And 32inch or below is the size you’ll find on 1080p Full HD TVs.
Speaking about their findings Natalie Hitchins, Which? head of home products, said: “When it comes to TVs, size definitely matters – bigger models score consistently better in Which? testing but while smaller TVs are in much less demand than they used to be, there still appears to be a gap in the market for small sets that really pack a punch.
“Our advice to shoppers is to choose a larger TV that they can comfortably view, where possible. For small or occasional spaces, streaming content on a laptop or tablet may just offer a better experience than a small TV.”
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