Sharp's LC-32GD8 is an affordable entry-level LCD with a typical specification at this price. You can get better performance, especially with high definition, but you'll need to spend more for the privilege
The Sharp Aquos LE320 is a stylish looking set and produces good HD pictures, but its standard-definition performance is weak, its EPG is very sluggish and it lacks features such as media streaming and an HD tuner.
The Sharp Aquos LC46XL2E is an attractive TV with good range of features. Unfortunately, HD picture quality isn't perfect and we think it's a little too expensive compared to other screens in its category
A good TV but not one that shouts 'high end' at us. The smooth motion on movies, sharp picture and great sound certainly do suggest that it's a very good mid-range TV
Sharp's attempt to make LED-backlit LCD TVs mainstream has paid off handsomely in the Aquos LC40LE600E. Despite feeling slightly under-specified in some areas, this surprisingly inexpensive TV really does deliver all the picture benefits of direct LED backlighting with few, if any, of the usual unpleasant side effects
The Sharp Aquos LC37XD1E is a solid performer -- Freeview and standard-definition aren't perfect but its high-definition performance is excellent
We like the Sharp Aquos LC-46LE820E. It's impressively styled and, once you've tweaked the picture settings to within an inch of their life, you can get a very good picture. Its media-playback functionality is a welcome bonus too. But this feature has its flaws and we'd rather have seen a Freeview HD tuner included
While some manufacturers seem to treat the small-TV market with disdain, Sharp has really gone to town on the Aquos LC-19D1E. This little TV looks and behaves as if it's had every bit as much care and attention lavished on it as Sharp's bigger models, even though it's being sold for relative peanuts
Sharp's LC42XD1E is a 1080p-compatible screen built for the latest high-definition DVD players and games consoles, and its image quality is exceptional. People with older AV tech will be restricted by its limited analogue connectivity, but this is a new breed of technology that will deal with anything the future brings
The Sharp Aquos LC-52LE700E offers plenty of screen for the money, and it's capable of delivering crisp HD pictures with intense colours and deep blacks. Its standard-def performance is disappointing, but you should check it out if you mainly watch Blu-ray movies
The Sharp LC-32P50E is optimised for Europe, with a standard definition panel that works perfectly with DVD movies and digital TV. The picture quality cements Sharp's reputation for LCD, and while it won't take full advantage of HD video, it still supports it. If only it included a Freeview tuner as well
The Sharp Aquos LC-80XU930X is a 4K Android-powered TV that uses a technology that upscales its resolution to 8K.
While Sharp is to be congratulated on trying to bring green issues to the fore with the Aquos LC46DH77E, it's hard to see the supposedly ground-breaking eco button really making much of a difference to the planet's fate. But the set does deliver good performance with HD pictures at an extremely aggressive price
Not many LCDs at this price can boast advanced 100Hz technology -- the affect on image quality, especially with cohesive movement, is impressive. Digital TV broadcasts, including sport, feature an almost surreal sense of movement, while high-definition performance is equally impressive. Great value for money
A great TV that offers pretty good value for money -- its standard-definition performance makes watching Freeview much more pleasurable than on its big-screen rivals
Sharp's Aquos Quattron 3D LC-60LE925E is a jaw-dropper. With gorgeous 2D Full HD images, online net portal and DLNA compliance, it ticks all the right boxes. Its bright, colourful 3D performance is just a bonus.
Sharp's LCD TVs are considered the best in the world, and while the range runs all the way up to 45-inches, this 32-inch model combines a decent-size screen with real-world pricing. If picture quality is your primary concern when buying a TV, then you can't do any better. This strength is backed up by classy styling, integrated Freeview, and a media box that has all the connections you could ever wish for
Sharp's 20-inch Aquos Wireless Lifestyle TV may be a contender for the prettiest portable telly on the block, but, saddled with a wince-inducing price tag, it's also one of the most expensive, pound for pound.