High definition can really take your viewing experience to the next level. It’s one of those things that you don’t how good the resolution really is until you compare your old flatscreen to a full HD version. Full HD TVs have a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and, depending on the size of your television and the distance you’re going to be sitting from it, can be awesome or a let-down. The effects of HD really don’t come into play unless you’re watching something broadcast in HD. Freeview, Sky and a variety of other entertainment systems do have HD viewing as an option, but if you’re looking for instant clarity in everything you see on your new TV, you might be left wanting more. Alas, HD is still the wave of the future and we don’t see the technology going away anytime soon. If you want to learn more about HD LCD TVs, read our handy buying guide to brush up on how HD works. It can help you sort out the right model and brand of TV for you.