Best cheap TVs for kids this Christmas

Holiday gift guide: Pick up a cheap flatscreen TV to keep the kids happy this Christmas and holiday season

Thinking of getting a second TV for the kids' room? Here are the cheapest TVs we've looked at that should fit the bill perfectly.

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Kogan 1080P24

Kogan's 1080P24 doesn't stand out in terms of image contrast or design, but it is remarkably cheap. Full HD content displays good detail levels and even standard-definition digital television is reasonably well upscaled.

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  • 7th June, 2010
  • Campbell Simpson
  • Kogan
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  • Pros:
  • Very low cost, good detail when viewing Full HD content, reasonable motion control
  • Cons:
  • Low contrast means some video looks washed out, no swivelling stand

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