LG 42LE4900




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By Trusted Reviews on 60

In our recent review of , we listed a series of rival models that made the Sharp look expensive. And it turns out we could have added the LG 42LE4900 to that list. For despite costing just £529 versus the Sharp’s £600+, it’s five...

By TechRadar on 60

LG's close links with Sky and its 3D service are well publicised but not everyone is ready (or wealthy enough) to enter the third dimension right now. To that end, LG also boasts a wide range of conventional sets that offer bucketloads of other...

By T3 Magazine on 60

The 42LE4900 is a slither of a screen . Taking advantage of LG’s diminutive spin on Edge LED backlighting, it stretches back less than 30mm. It’s also very affordable, retailing around £600 although this hasn’t dented the...

By Pocket-lint on 60

Tweet LG has dramatically upped the ante with its latest range of slim-screens. The 42LE4900 is a beauty. Pencil thin, thanks to an Edge LED backlit display, and weighing just 14.5kg, the TV has been designed to turn heads, and that’s even before...

By CNET UK on 80

The LG 42LE4900 is a good budget TV for people seeking plenty of screen for their money. While it didn't blow us into next week, we certainly didn't find ourselves counting the minutes until we could pack it...

By Home Cinema Choice on 60

After years of breathing in the exhaust fumes of rival TV manufacturers, there’s a sense that LG could be about to stage a spectacular overtaking manoeuvre. The F1 sponsors are closing the year with a television range that combines step-up...