The most affordable 2017 LG OLED is still available, still brilliant, and more affordable than ever
LG’s flagship OLED TV is back for 2018 and we’ve been hands-on with the second-gen slimline show-stopper…
The HS9 carries a premium price tag, but does this soundbar boast enough sonic ability to warrant your cash?
The LG's nice to use and puts in a strong showing in the picture department, if only it sounded a bit better...
Best 52-60in TV £2500+, Awards 2015. This LG TV combines 4K Ultra HD resolution with OLED TV technology - the results are absolutely stunning...
A nicely uniform and feature-packed multi-room package, but one that disappoints with so-so sound quality
A really good TV that ticks a lot of boxes – had the price been kinder, we’d be looking at a five-star product
A much-improved flagship effort from LG this year, but it still needs some work to really rival the best
Will the LG G3 help LG makes it way to the top of the smartphone pile? We went hands on to get our first impressions.
If you can forgive the lower res screen, the G Flex offers all the goodness of the G2 with an added curvy cool factor
Despite improvements to the updated sample, this LG soundbase still can’t match the performance of its rivals
Stunning black levels, punchy highlights and a natural touch with colours make this LG OLED a great first effort
There are some things to like here, but with a picture quality that lets it down, there are other options out there that you should consider first
The bells and whistles of smart apps and streaming features go a long way in making this decent-looking TV a worthwhile option
This budget smartphone doesn't challenge the best phones around but solid all-round performance make it an affordable alternative
Close but no cigar – the LG 55LA860W falls down too much in comparisons with class-leading sets, robbing it of the full five stars
Best soundbar up to £400, Awards 2013. LG deserves the plaudits for squeezing plenty of features into, and excellent sound out of, this remarkably&
Huge, no-nonsense TV offers a good balance between picture and price – it's just lacking a little detail to light and dark areas
It may not stand out from the crowd in terms of style or spec, but it's a worthy alternative to the best
A great way to get into 3D TV, this set's passive 3D tech gives a relaxed viewing experience, and you get lots of 3D specs
Given its size, LG's 3D-toting 60PX990 is surprisingly affordable, and despite the occasional foible, we think it's great value for the money
This LG has its amplification in the subwoofer, and is a more then capable system. But, good though it is, we think there's better out there
For a 42 inch television, this relatively cheap LG offers a lot. It's not the last word in subtlety, but if you're after inches it could be your thing
LG might have a habit of being inconsistent with its TVs, but in this 37 inch set it's produced a gem that punches well above its weight
In a similar vein to the cheaper 32LD490, LG's 32LE4900 is a good performer hampered by poor motion processing
With aggressive pricing aimed straight at your wallet, LG's 32LD490 is good for the money, but you can get much better if you shop around