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 [[artnid:360034|LED]] or [[artnid:360031|LCD TVs]], though — [[artnid:375678|plasmas]] are rare below 42in sizes.
Learn more about TVs with our [[artnid:305199|LCD vs LED vs plasma TV buying guide]].
Want to learn about 3D TV? Take a look at our [[artnid:344082|3D TV buying guide]].
Confused about the difference between HDMI and DVI, component and composite? Our [[artnid:343390|giant cable buying guide]] will set you straight.
Have a look at what we thought were [[artnid:373435|the best TVs of 2010]].
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We really like the inclusion of BRAVIA Internet Video in a low-to-mid range model like Sony's BRAVIA KDL-40EX700. It's offers 100Hz motion smoothing and a few nifty usability features, and it is only slightly let down by an inability to get the most out of difficult high-contrast viewing material.
- Review Date:
- 14th April, 2010
- Campbell Simpson