The TX-L65WT600B has a slick design, a DisplayPort and HDMI 2.0 connection, but its edge dimming system is unsophisticated and black levels below par. It's not the convincing 4K package I was hoping for.
The Panasonic G30 delivers great looking SD and HD pictures, comes with a good line-up of features, including BBC iPlayer, and has better sound quality than most flatscreen TVs. If you're not interested in 3D, we think it's a great buy.
If you want strong, deep black levels and a fantastically sharp picture, then this is the set for you. It's only let down by its poor quality sound, which is a real problem during movie viewing, so you'd owe it to yourself to buy a AV receiver, too
Panasonic's TX26LXD600 is a new and improved model that's difficult to fault. Enhanced technology and connectivity means it costs a bit more, but peerless sound and picture performance means it's justified
This is a sturdy TV in every way, it's well built, feels well put together and has incredibly robust picture performance. It's not the most exciting TV, and it certainly lacks some high-end features, but that doesn't detract from its decent price and impressive performance
The Panasonic ST30 may lack some of the extra frills found on its GT30 and VT30 sisters, but it still delivers superbly cinematic pictures no matter whether it's working with 2D or 3D content.
The Panasonic Viera TX-P46G15 has a great deal to offer for a 46-inch TV costing around just £1050. Its freesat and Freeview tuners are a boon, its multimedia talents are extensive, and its HD pictures are mostly terrific. But we still think you should get a TV in Panasonic's step-up V10 series instead, if you can afford one
A good little TV. If price was no object, we'd urge you to rush out and buy one, but it is, so we won't. What you get with this TV is a whole bunch of very high-end features that add value but cost too. It's a decent TV though, especially if gaming and Blu-ray is your bag
The Panasonic Viera TX-P50X10B isn't one for the committed videophile -- or audiophile, for that matter -- but it's a brilliant TV for people who want a large screen, without having to cough up £2,000. Picture quality is very good and the screen is sure to impress most people, especially those who watch plenty of Freeview
Panasonic's LCDs get better and better -- this updated model has everything the discerning buyer requires. With picture quality that's matched by few other companies, high-definition compatibility and an integrated Freeview tuner, we can't imagine it being bettered over the next year. The lack of PC input is the only sore point
The Panasonic Viera TX-P42S20B is a very sturdy all-rounder. We loved the picture, especially when watching the BBC HD channel and Blu-ray discs. The sound quality is passable for a small, flat TV, and will suffice for most casual viewing. There's virtually nothing to stop us recommending this as a great choice for your next TV, save the lack of fun extra features like Viera Cast. If you can get over omissions like that, you'll love this set
The 65-inch Panasonic Viera TH-65PZ800 plasma TV looks nothing short of sensational with hi-def material, making it the perfect option for anyone seeking a cinema-scale experience without the hassles associated with projectors.
The 42-inch Panasonic Viera TX-L42D25B manages to combine loads of features with exceptionally good picture quality, making it one of the finest LCD sets around at the moment.
The Panasonic Viera TX-L37DT30B is a great LED TV, offering excellent 3D performance, punchy 2D pictures and a good line-up of Internet services. It's expensive for a 37-inch TV, though.
We frankly had our doubts that even the best HD pictures would still look good on a plasma TV as huge as this. But remarkably they frequently look great on the Panasonic TH-103PF9. Shame, then, that probably nobody reading this will be able to either afford or accommodate one
The Panasonic Viera TX-P37X20B feels rather dated in some ways. That said, a couple of useful and rare strengths will make it the best budget, 37-inch option for some living rooms
The Panasonic Viera TH-42PZ800 is a mighty fine plasma TV. In fact, with no 42-inch Pioneer Kuro sets around now, it's the best 42-inch plasma TV that money can buy. If money's no object, bag yourself a 42PZ800 with impunity. If money is an object, though, we're not totally sure that the 42PZ800 is so much better than Panasonic's entry-level 42PX80 that it justifies a price that's twice as high
Panasonic's first 'Full HD' 42-inch plasma TV, the Panasonic TH-42PZ70, is one of the top two or three 42-inch plasmas we've seen in performance terms. This will doubtless be enough in itself to win it many fans. But we should add that it's ultimately only marginally better than Panasonic's much cheaper 42-inch HD Ready models