LG launches its 2012 TV season in dramatic - and impressive - style with the 55LM660T: a 55-inch Smart TV with passive 3D technology and designer looks.
HD isn't as sharp as it good be and DVD's lack sparkle, but what it lacks in ultimate highs this all-rounder makes up for with a thoroughly enjoyable and accessible 3D approach, excellent smart TV and extra features galore.
The 47-inch 47LM670T is the first of LG's eagerly awaited new Cinema Screen connected TVs to land in the UK. It's the entry level set in arguably the brand's most attractive range yet.
Panasonic broadens its TV horizons with its first domestic passive 3D TV. And for the most part, it seems to be a positive move.
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