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  1. Bush LCD15W008HD review

    Bush LCD15W008HD review

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    This screen is very easy to set up, although as the sockets are located in a recess on the back panel, we did have to spend some time bending our HDMI cable into a shape that could be plugged in easily.

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    Bush LCD14DVD review

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    You don't have to look too deep to find the appeal of Bush's new LCD14DVD. Basically, it's a 14in DVD and LCD TV combi that costs just £500. But is it any good?

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    Bush RP40TV review

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    Super-sized TV is the exclusive preserve of the rich, right? Wrong. Dead wrong. I know this for a fact, as before me sits a 40in widescreen rear-projection TV, the Bush RP40TV, that'll set you back the unprincely sum of just £700.

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    Bush LCD15TV review

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    Alright, so £500 is hardly the sort of money that one can throw around willy nilly, but when it comes to LCD screens, it's not really that much at all. Surprisingly, this isn't the cheapest screen on the market...

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    Bush LCD14DVD review

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    There's no point in denying it, we Brits can't resist a bargain. Whether its budget flights to Madrid for £4, Channel ferry crossings for £1, DVD players for £30 or even the contents of the bargain bucket in Woolies

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    Bush LCD 15IDTV review

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    Look up 'no-nonsense' in a dictionary, and you might just find a picture of Bush's LCD 15IDTV. Even its name is an exercise in straight talk, simply describing every pertinent aspect of what it is: a 15in LCD TV with a built in digital tuner.

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    Bush RP40TV review

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    Now this is starting to get silly. But in a good way. What we have before us right this second is a 40in TV - yes, that's 40 inches - that you can take home now for the princely sum of £700

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