Find reviews of the latest TVs 40in - 49in for £800 - £1000.

  1. Samsung UE40JU7000

    Samsung UE40JU7000

    Another strong Samsung UHD TV – although does it prove that size matters?

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  2. Samsung UE40H7000

    Samsung UE40H7000

    A brilliant 40-inch HD TV if you can afford it

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  3. LG 47LB730

    LG 47LB730V

    LG's latest 47-inch TV gets most things right

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  4. LG TV

    LG 42LB700V

    The best smart TV system around at the lowest price yet

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  5. Philips 42PFL6188

    Philips 42PFL6188S

    A strong performing mid-range 42-inch TV.

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  6. Panasonic L42FT60

    Panasonic TX-L42FT60

    What's wrong with passive 3D TVs this year?

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  7. Philips 47PFL6008S

    Philips 47PFL6008S

    Philips proves it can still play with the big boys

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  8. Philips 47PFL6907

    Philips 47PFL6907T

    Philips bids for fashion glory, but falls short in the picture department.

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  9. Philips 40PFL7007T front

    Philips 40PFL7007T

    As an all-round package, this is arguably Philips' best 2012 TV yet.

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  10. Toshiba 42VL963

    Toshiba 42VL963

    Toshiba's new passive 3D TV is a fine and affordable family TV.

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  11. Sony 46HX753

    Sony KDL-46HX753

    Bigger is definitely better for Sony’s latest 46in TV.

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  12. Toshiba 46YL863

    Toshiba 46YL863

    Toshiba’s 46YL868 is ferociously well specified and exceedingly glamorous. But is it also any good?

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  13. Philips 42PFL7666

    Philips 42PFL7666T

    The Philips 42PFL7666 delivers arguably the most compelling argument yet for passive 3D – and it’s not bad at other stuff either!

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  14. Panasonic P46GT30

    Panasonic TX-P46GT30

    The P46GT30 is the mid-sized option from Panasonic's acclaimed GT30 range, and as such could actually be the most widely desirable of the lot.

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  15. Toshiba 47VL863B

    Toshiba 47VL863B

    Toshiba‘s 47VL863B makes another persuasive case for passive 3D technology.

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