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  1. LG 42LE5900

    LG 42LE5900

    Reviewed on 16th July 2010
    Price when reviewed £1000

    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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  2. Panasonic TX-L32D28

    Panasonic TX-L32D28

    Reviewed on 15th July 2010
    Price when reviewed £1100

    The price of this 32 inch Panasonic Freesat-toting LCD holds it back - otherwise, there's nothing to stop it getting that coveted fifth star

  3. Samsung UE46C8000

    Samsung UE46C8000

    Reviewed on 23rd June 2010
    Price when reviewed £1800

    It might be marketed as 3D, but this very capable Samsung is also a cracking 2D television as well

  4. LG 47LE8900

    LG 47LE8900

    Reviewed on 21st June 2010
    Price when reviewed £2000

    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

  5. Sony KDL-46EX503

    Sony KDL-46EX503

    Reviewed on 21st June 2010
    Price when reviewed £1200

    It's safe to say that, despite the poor sound, this Sony represents amazing value for money

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  7. Panasonic TX-P46G20

    Panasonic TX-P46G20

    Reviewed on 17th June 2010
    Price when reviewed £1200

    It's not the best in its class, but this Freesat and Freeview HD toting plasma from Panasonic is still a bargain at this price

  8. Sharp LC-46LE821

    Sharp LC-46LE821

    Reviewed on 17th June 2010
    Price when reviewed £2000

    This 46 inch set is a great big-screen LCD, and the vibrant colour palette is lovely

  9. LG 42LE7900

    LG 42LE7900

    Reviewed on 16th June 2010
    Price when reviewed £1200

    This solidly professional 42 incher from LG really delivers the goods - OK there are a few flaws, but all in all we really like what it can do

  10. Sony KDL-32NX503

    Sony KDL-32NX503

    Reviewed on 14th June 2010
    Price when reviewed £700

    This latest offering from Sony - in its new 'network range' - is undeniably a very capable LCD, but it's no show-stopping television

  11. Cello iViewer

    Cello iViewer

    Reviewed on 7th June 2010
    Price when reviewed £500

    Sold exclusively through Marks & Spencer, Cello's iViewer offers little in the way of visual thrills

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