TVs under 42in are often appropriate for smaller living rooms, bedrooms or studies where there isn't a large distance between the viewer and the screen. You can buy small screen TVs for anything from $100 to upwards of $2000, from no-name brands as well as the major TV manufacturers. They're almost always LED or LCD TVs, though — plasmas are rare below 42in sizes.
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Have a look at what we thought were the best TVs of 2010.
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Millennius' eMpress 22" LCD TV has an integrated DVD player, a high-definition television tuner and a wide range of inputs — it's a versatile option for use as a second television around the house. Picture quality isn't the greatest available on a small screen, but it's adequate for casual watching.
- Review Date:
- 4th March, 2010
- Campbell Simpson