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  1. Toshiba 32RL958 review

    Toshiba 32RL958 review

    9 Great Value award  

    Apps, a decent remote, Wi-Fi and excellent upscaling enable this 32-inch LED TV to break new ground in the good value stakes.

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    Toshiba 42VL963 review

    Toshiba 42VL963 review

    6  

    Great value 2D, 3D and upscaled SD images are interrupted by a lacklustre and wired-only smart TV hub, and an all-round slow user interface that's frustrating to use.

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    Philips 55PFL6007T review

    Philips 55PFL6007T review

    8 Great Value award  

    This TV fulfills the brief at a canter and makes a play for being one of the finest value TVs around for watching in passive 3D.

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    Panasonic TX-P42X50B review

    Panasonic TX-P42X50B review

    9 Great Value award  

    It's far from the most advanced plasma around, but the TX-P42X50B makes-up for its lack of smart TV services with reliable, consistent and source-neutral picture quality.

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    Samsung UE46ES6300 review

    Samsung UE46ES6300 review

    7  

    A good value all-round 2D and 3D picture performer with a superb user interface, but Smart Hub apps take a while to load on this TV.

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    Sony KD-84X9005 review

    Sony KD-84X9005 review

    9 Best In Class award  

    Sony's desire to be the king of everything extends to cutting edge TV, with this extraordinary 84-inch, native Ultra HD superstar.

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    Panasonic TX-P50VT50B review

    Panasonic TX-P50VT50B review

    10 Editor's Choice award  

    Loaded with Freeview HD, Freesat HD tuners and more, stunning picture quality dominates on this amazing plasma TV.

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    Toshiba 46TL963 review

    Toshiba 46TL963 review

    8 Great Value award  

    Toshiba does its usual TV trick of serving up healthy dollops of what you like for less money than you would expect.

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