Find reviews of the latest Panasonic TVs for £300 - £600.

  1. Panasonic 40DX600
  2. Panasonic TX-50CS520

    Panasonic TX-50CS520

    If you're not bothered about 4K, this HD set has a lot to offer for the money

  3. Panasonic TX-42AS520

    Panasonic TX-42AS520

    A solid budget performer with superior smarts

  4. Panasonic 40AS640

    Panasonic TX-40AS640

    Recent price cuts make this another great value HD TV.

  5. Panasonic TX-42AS600

    Panasonic TX-42AS600

    A smart-looking, feature-rich, affordable and eminently watchable 42-inch TV.

  6. Panasonic TX-32AS600

    Panasonic TX-32AS600

    A mostly good 32-inch TV let down by a familiar flaw

  7. Panasonic L32E6

    Panasonic TX-L32E6

    Bedroom gaming TVs don't get much better than this.

  8. Panasonic L32X5

    Panasonic TX-L32X5B

    Panasonic's ultra-affordable entry-level LCD TV is better than you might expect.

  9. Panasonic P42X50

    Panasonic TX-P42X50

    Updated with video: To the right person, this budget 42in plasma is one heck of a bargain

  10. Panasonic L32ET5

    Panasonic TX-L32ET5

    Panasonic’s first ever passive 3D 32in TV proves a likable addition to its range.

  11. Panasonic L37E5B

    Panasonic TX-L37E5B

    The L37E5 might be Panasonic’s entry-level 37in TV, but it still has online functionality and isn’t a bad performer either.

  12. Panasonic TX-L24E3B

    Panasonic TX-L24E3B

    Panasonic’s smallest LED TV yet is a good if somewhat expensive option for people unwilling to compromise on resolution even with a second-room TV.

  13. Panasonic P42S30

    Panasonic TX-P42S30

    Although the P42S30 doesn’t have 3D or use Panasonic’s top-level plasma technology, it’s still a great value TV.

  14.  Panasonic Viera TX-L32E3B

    Panasonic Viera TX-L32E3B

    Panasonic’s 32in L32E3 TV makes a decent if not amazing case for itself as an entry-level or, especially, second-room option.

  15. Panasonic Viera TX-L32E30B

    Panasonic Viera TX-L32E30B

    The first TV from Panasonic's 2011 range is here. But we're not sure it's a great indication of what's to come.