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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Tyagi LED24

Tyagi's LED24 is more attractive than other televisions we've seen from the company, and its 1080p, 24in screen offers good detail levels. Colour levels are acceptable during most viewing, but the screen has a low contrast ratio.

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  • 4th June, 2010
  • Campbell Simpson
  • Tyagi
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  • Pros:
  • Three year warranty, good detail when viewing 1080P content
  • Cons:
  • Bulky external power brick, low dynamic contrast ratio, no swivelling stand, low brightness rating

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