The lack of a 'Full HD' resolution is slightly disappointing, but everything else about the Panasonic Viera TH-50PX70 is highly impressive: the picture quality is superb, and build quality and design are top class. Finding a better flat-screen TV for the price is going to be difficult
This isn't the most stylish TV and it isn't crammed with state-of-the-art features, but it is a solid, high-quality plasma TV that we wouldn't hesitate to spend our own money on
We like the Panasonic Viera TX-P50G20B a great deal. Its performance with Blu-ray movies is really impressive, as is its handling of high-definition freesat and Freeview channels. Its design isn't very exciting, though, and Panasonic has a little way to go before its TVs are up to the same level as our reference TV, the 50-inch Pioneer Kuro PDP-LX5090
Panasonic's TX-32LXD60 is definitely on the short list of the better LCDs out there. However, at the steep end of the price spectrum it has some talented rivals that offer greater functionality and more natural performance
The Panasonic Viera TX-32LXD80 has a good range of inputs, a neat SD card slot for viewing photos and is a strong performer when it comes to picture quality. It's let down slightly by its lacklustre sound and design, however
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.
If you're looking for a TV to use in a bright room during the day, then the 50-inch Panasonic TX-P50X50B is not for you. If you mostly watch TV or movies in the evening in a dimly lit setting, this set delivers great black levels, superbly natural colours and smooth motion for very little outlay.
If you watch a lot of Freeview, this isn't the TV for you. If you don't and instead play lots of games, it becomes a better buy. Unfortunately, there still isn't enough to make it worth buying this screen over one of Panasonic's fabulous plasmas
The 55-inch Panasonic Viera TX-P55VT30B plasma TV doesn't come cheap, but it packs great 2D and 3D pictures, beefy audio, and smashing Internet features into an attractive chassis. It's one of the best TVs you can currently buy.
The 42-inch Panasonic TX-P42GT50B isn't the prettiest TV and it doesn't have the flashiest menu system, but it delivers the best picture quality of any TV I've seen in 2012. It offers amazingly deep black levels, rich contrasts, smooth motion handling and stunning colour reproduction. It's also affordable compared to the high-end competition.
The Panasonic Viera TX-L32G20B is a tad expensive for a 32-inch TV, but we like its twin HD tuners, impressive picture quality and beefy audio.
The 47-inch Panasonic TX-L47WT50B is an excellent TV that offers great picture quality for both 2D and 3D viewing. But the touchpad controller is not great and its menu system is dated. Also, Panasonic's GT50 and VT50 plasmas are likely to offer similar features and even better picture quality for a similar price.
The Viera range has kept on improving over the past couple of years, and this is the high point so far. An excellent marriage of design and performance, this plasma is one of the very best -- if not one of the cheapest -- money can buy
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
The 46-inch Panasonic Viera TX-P46GT30B is an outstanding TV. Deep black levels and rich colours make standard- and high-definition content look wonderful, while its 3D performance is also top-class. We've no hesitation in recommending this plasma beauty.
The 37-inch Viera TX-L37E30B is incredibly capable, and a huge improvement on Panasonic's previous LCD offerings. The inclusion of iPlayer -- at last -- is incredibly welcome too.
There's plenty to like about the Panasonic TX-L47FT60. Its picture quality is strong on the whole and it has punchy sound and a user-friendly smart TV system. We do wish it supported more TV catch-up services and that it's black levels were a little bit deeper.
Panasonic has thrown everything it's got at getting the best picture and sound out of this, its top-level LCD TV. For the most part, its efforts have paid off handsomely, making it one of the finest LCD TVs yet. We have to say, though, that provided you can take your 1080p and LCD blinkers off, you might find you prefer Panasonic's 37-inch plasma sets -- especially as these are considerably cheaper