TV of the year 2013 shortlist: vote now to win big!

Only the most dazzling displays make the cut. Now, we need your eagle eye to choose the best TV in the Readers' Choice Awards

What's been seen cannot be unseen. A saying that’s very apt when you spot that larger than life pimple in full high definition (HD) or ultra high definition (UHD) 4K glory.

But that’s how you know a TV is truly the creme de la creme. The sheer amount of details, plus the rich colours and smooth frame rates have earned LG, Panasonic, Philips, Samsung, Sony and Toshiba a rightful place in the nomination for the best TV of the year.

So set your eyes on the shortlist, get those fingers ready and vote for the most deserving TV plus nine other products in Stuff.tv Singapore’s Readers Choice Awards. Need another reason to cast your vote? One of you will walk away with these fantastic prizes.

No time to waste, scroll down to see the nomination list, make your decision and click away!

LG LA8600 full HD TV

Armed with an elegant design and ultra narrow bezel, this LG full HD TV is so sleek you might mistake it for an actual canvas on the wall. Motion blurring is removed with its TruMotion 240Hz feature. Add its 3D feature, coupled with flicker-free 3D glasses, to the mix and this is one smooth moving display.

Click here to vote for the LG LA8600 full HD TV.

LG LA9700 UHD 4K TV

What’s better than a full HD TV? An ultra HD 4K TV, with 8.3 million pixels and LG's NANO FULL LED display technology to give your eyes a visual treat. Even without UHD 4K content, LG’s upscaling technology, which analyzes data and enhances each pixel, delivers a smashingly, eye-popping viewing experience even with your usual full HD content.

Click here to vote for the LG LA9700 UHD 4K TV.

Panasonic TH-P65VT60

A true eco-warrior with its lead and mercury-free manufacturing process, Panasonic’s TH-P65VT60 will have even more value once its plasma TV line ceases production. Its invisible side speakers create a surround sound system befitting a true cinema. Take a peek at its handiwork with Focused Field Drive, which reduces afterimages for that unnaturally smooth viewing experience.

Click here to vote for the Panasonic TH-P65VT60.

Philips DesignLine 46PDL8908S/12

Let there be Ambilight to intensify the viewing experience, said Philips. The patented Philips lighting technology, placed on the sides and top of the TV, projects a wide glow that matches the screen colour, giving you the illusion of a bigger display. Toss in Philips’ Perfect Pixel HD picture quality engine and a 1400HZ Perfect Motion Rate to smoothen the viewing experience, and a potential winner is born.

Click here to vote for the Philips DesignLine 46PDL8908S/12.

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Samsung UA65F9000AK UHD 4K TV

How future-proofed is Samsung’s UHD 4K TV? Let’s just say you won’t have to fork out thousands of dollars to get a new TV to match future 4K standards. Its Smart Evolution feature lets you purchase and attach a next-generation kit to boost the performance and compatibility of the smart TV for the future. Now that's upping the ante.

Click here to vote for the Samsung UA65F9000AK UHD 4K TV.

Samsung UA65F8000AK HD TV

Armed with a quad-core processor to power its smart features, this smart TV from Samsung is just as good-looking as it is powerful. Its slim 5mm bezel is further enhanced by the crisp metal finish and deep arc stand, all of which fit naturally in your living room. Leave that remote alone, because its Intelligent Viewing automatically optimises the picture based on its content type or source.

Click here to vote for the Samsung UA65F8000AK HD TV.

Sony Bravia W954A

The etos of Sony’s connected world is represented by its wireless near field communication (NFC) feature. Sony devices, be it smartphones, tablets or speakers, are linked to this full HD TV easily with one touch. Add Sony’s Triluminous Display, X-Reality Pro Picture Engine and Bass Reflex Box Speakers together, and your movies are made so much sweeter and immersive.

Click here to vote for the Sony Bravia W954A.

Toshiba 39L3300VE

Don’t rule out the Toshiba 39L3300VE. This full HD TV delivers the same 1080p viewing experience, for a fraction of the prices tagged to the latest  full HD TVs. Following the general trend, the TV adopts a slim and narrow bezel design, coupled with a wide 176 degree viewing angle. Hook it up to your game console, and you get to hear and see its amazing Game sound and video mode.

Click here to vote for the Toshiba 39L3300VE.

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