1. Sony KDL-40W605B

    Price as reviewed £534.00
    11 Apr 2014
    Our rating:
    9/10

    Sony rewrites what to expect from an affordable LCD TV

  2. Samsung UE42F5000

    Samsung UE42F5000

    Price as reviewed £399.00
    29 Jan 2014
    Our rating:
    9/10

    A top-notch 42-inch TV for less than £400. Bargain.

  3. Samsung UE32F6800

    Samsung UE32F6800

    Price as reviewed £579.00
    10 Sep 2013
    Our rating:
    9/10

    Samsung's latest is the best 32-inch TV we've seen this year.

  4. Panasonic L32E6

    Panasonic TX-L32E6

    Price as reviewed £360.00
    29 Aug 2013
    Our rating:
    9/10

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

  5. Sony KDL-42W653A

    Price as reviewed £549.00
    22 Jul 2013
    Our rating:
    9/10

    Sony's resurgence continues with this impressively affordable 42-inch TV.

  6. Samsung UE42F5500

    Samsung UE42F5500

    Price as reviewed £550.00
    17 Mar 2014
    Our rating:
    8/10

    A solid all-rounder made more appealing by some handy discount pricing

  7. Finlux 40F8073-T

    Price as reviewed £320.00
    21 Feb 2014
    Our rating:
    8/10

    An ultra-cheap 40-inch TV that really isn't bad at all.

  8. LG 27MT93

    LG 27MT93

    Price as reviewed £399.00
    14 Aug 2013
    Our rating:
    8/10

    A very accomplished TV and PC monitor hybrid that's perfect for bedrooms and kitchens

  9. Toshiba 40L6353

    Toshiba 40L6353

    Price as reviewed £430.00
    24 Jul 2013
    Our rating:
    8/10

    A budget TV with admirable mid-range aspirations

  10. Toshiba 32D3454DB

    Price as reviewed £340.00
    2 Apr 2014
    Our rating:
    7/10

    Is this 32-inch TV/DVD combi the perfect 2nd-room TV?

  11. Toshiba 40L7355DB

    Toshiba 40L7355DB

    Price as reviewed £430.00
    31 Dec 2013
    Our rating:
    7/10

    A good budget option for casual, maybe second-room use.

  12. Toshiba 50L4353

    Toshiba 50L4353

    Price as reviewed £600.00
    7 Sep 2013
    Our rating:
    7/10

    A 50-inch TV for just £600. So what's the catch?