The good: Great operating system; crisp HD pictures; incredibly wide angle viewing.
The bad: Not very vibrant colours; black levels not the best.
This TV's price tag looks pretty steep for what's ostensibly an entry-level TV. After all, Toshiba's 32AV635 above only costs £425, despite including the excellent Resolution+ processing.
The L32X10's price justification process starts well enough, though, with some robust build quality –
even if its predominantly black, angular design is unexciting.
Mini verdict: The L32X10 is a surprisingly average TV with an above average price that doesn't come up trumps. ★★★
Read: The full Panasonic TX-L32X10 review