TVs

Reviews

£ 700

The Toshiba 42XV635D's a respectable performer, but there are cheaper sets that offer more

£ 2600

This PVR television has many strong points, although the price-tag may put a few people off

£ 750

A price drop of £250 means that the LG42LH5000 is very good value for money, but arch-rival Samsung does it better for less

£ 325

There are some plus points to this Toshiba's performance, but it falls down when held up against its peers

£ 430

It's not perfect, but handles scale and depth with greater proficiency than most other 26in televisions

£ 315

With some of the qualities of its bigger siblings, this 26in Samsung really performs in style – and at a competitive price too

£ 400

Sony's latest foray into the 26in screen market might be accomplished in some areas, but it's not the best in its class

£ 999

There's no doubt that the '9604 is a hugely impressive set, but for £999 it can't quite pick up the full five-stars

£ 999

This 40-inch beauty excels in many areas, but it's plagued by an uneven backlight that costs it a star

£ 1930

Samsung has produced some cracking TVs this year, and its 8000 series LCD with LED backlighting leaves us mightily impressed