Best cheap TVs for kids this Christmas

Holiday gift guide: Pick up a cheap flatscreen TV to keep the kids happy this Christmas and holiday season

Thinking of getting a second TV for the kids' room? Here are the cheapest TVs we've looked at that should fit the bill perfectly.

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Kogan Elite 100Hz LED32

The Kogan Elite 100Hz LED32 LED television is a great choice if you're looking for a mid-sized LED television with good picture quality but don't want to spend too much. It isn't as polished as Samsung or Sony's LED televisions when it comes to controls or power consumption, but otherwise it is a solid performer.

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  • 4th Nov., 2010
  • Campbell Simpson
  • Kogan
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  • Pros:
  • Reasonable price, good image quality when playing Blu-ray or high-definition content, great feature-set for a budget TV
  • Cons:
  • Interface is inferior to big brands' offerings, remote control can be initially confusing, comparatively high power consumption
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