Don't buy the wrong stuff: TechSpot Tech Gift Shortlist 2017

LG 42LE5900




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By Expert Reviews on 80

At approaching £500, the LG 32LE5900 is quite an expensive 32in TV, but it’s a very good one. If you’ve got a maximum budget of £500, we wouldn’t look much further than the 32LE5900....

By Trusted Reviews on 60

The 37LE5900 is one of the most startling TV propositions we’ve come across for quite some time. Why? Because it manages to combine 37 inches of picture technology with a price of under £600. In other words, LG appears to be out to rewrite...

By CNET UK on 80

The 37-inch LG 37LE5900 is a stylish TV with some great media-streaming features, but its colours are a little muted by LED...

By on 60

's TVs have found a rich vein of form in recent months, with 2010 models gaining a steady stream of four and five-star verdicts. Now, the 42LE5900 tries to continue the trend…As with other sets in LG's vast TV range, the 'LE5900...

By TechRadar on 80

LG is enjoying something of a purple patch. It's gone from being Korea's 'other' manufacturer to a big league player in the space of a few years and has been right at the forefront of LED innovation. The slender 42LE5900 LED edge-lit LCD...

By HDTV Reviews on

Last month, we had a look at an entry-level LCD TV from LG, and were somewhat impressed by what we saw. As is typical for the brand’s LCD output, we found that much of the television’s colour reproduction could be fine-tuned to perfection,...