1. Finlux 32F8030-T

    Finlux 32F8030-T

    Finlux rips the budget TV rulebook to shreds with this excellent 32in model.

  2. Kogan 32XXXYA

    Kogan KULED32XXXYA

    A sub-£200 32in LED TV that might just satisfy very casual users.

  3. Philips 32PFL6007T

    Philips 32PFL6007T

    A mid-range 32-inch TV with plenty of 2D and 3D punch.

  4. Panasonic L32X5

    Panasonic TX-L32X5B

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

  5. Samsung UE32EH5000

    Samsung UE32EH5000

    Samsung rewrites the bargain TV rulebook with this sub-£300 32in gem.

  6. Toshiba 32BL702

    Toshiba 32BL702

    Toshiba breaks the £300 barrier with its latest 32in TV - though it has its issues.

  7. Toshiba 32RL953

    Toshiba 32RL953

    Say hello to one of the biggest TV bargains of the year.

  8. Panasonic L32ET5

    Panasonic TX-L32ET5

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

  9. Sony 32HX753

    Sony KDL-32HX753

    Can Sony's new HX753 series continue the run of form kicked off by the outstanding HX853s?

  10. Finlux 32F6030-T

    Finlux 32F6030-T

    A 32in TV with Freeview HD for under £250. What could possibly go wrong?...

  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. Finlux 32H503

    Finlux 32H503

    The appeal of the Finlux 32in 32H503 is clear - it's £229. But is it cheerful as well as insanely cheap?

  13. Toshiba 32RL858

    Toshiba 32RL858B

    Toshiba stirs the budget TV market up once more with this ‘designer’ 32in TV complete with Smart TV functionality, plenty of multimedia support, and a Freeview HD tuner.

  14. Logik L323CD11

    Logik L323CD11

    The Logik L323CD11 is the cheapest 3D TV available in the UK. But is that the only thing it’s got going for it?

  15. Toshiba 32UL863

    Toshiba 32UL863B

    This TV packs edge LED lighting, 100Hz processing and online functionality in at an aggressive price. But does that mean you should buy one?