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Sharp LC-46DH77E - £1,000

Full HD super-sized screen offering excellent value for money

Pretty as a picture, the Sharp LC-46DH77E LCD TV cuts more of a dash than previous Sharp sets. But, more importantly, it's also one of the first to feature a dedicated 'Eco' button on its remote control.

This means that every time you use the remote, you're getting a visual reminder that you could be running your TV more efficiently. Plus, you only have to press a single button to deploy this extra efficiency.

If you're after a 46in panel, then £1,000 is pretty good price tag, making this a great value TV. But, within the context of this group, there's no getting round the fact that it falls short of a number of its rivals in terms of both its overall performance standards and its level of green support.

Read more: Shap LC-46DH77E review

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