1. LG 26LE3300

    LG 26LE3300

    This 26 inch LCD from LG has LED backlighting, but we found it more of a hindrance then a help

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  2. LG 50PK590

    LG 50PK590

    At this incredible price, LG's 50PK590 has serious mainstream appeal, even though it's not as adept as the class-leaders

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  3. LG 15EL9500

    LG 15EL9500

    And so it begins, the OLED influx has started with this 15 inch LG set. It's beautiful and clever, but so, so expensive

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  4. LG HB45E

    LG HB45E

    Bulky is certainly one word we'd use to describe this 2.1 system from LG, but style aside, there's much to like here despite some holes

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  5. LG BX580

    LG BX580

    Great minimalist style and a reasonable price – but the LG’s performance is merely ‘OK’

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  7. LG 47LX9900

    LG 47LX9900

    There's much to like about this backlit LG, but despite impressive specs, it simply can't compete against the latest influx of rivals

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  8. LG 37LE5900

    LG 37LE5900

    Highly capable TV with bags of features including DLNA, NetCast and a Freeview HD tuner

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  9. LG 42LE5900

    LG 42LE5900

    It's pretty enough, but this 42 incher from LG is a let-down after the company's recent forays in the television market

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  10. LG 47LE8900

    LG 47LE8900

    It's got everything you'll need in a big-screen LCD, and we think that LG's exemplary 47LE8900 is a real flag in the sand

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  11. LG BD570

    LG BD570

    Sitting at a very reasonable £190, this LG Blu-ray spinner certainly does much right, but in a highly competitive market that's just not enough

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