Top LED TVs of 2010

The best LED backlit LCD televisions that we've reviewed in 2010

If you're thinking of buying a new television, have a serious look at some of the LED-backlit LCD television models on this list — they're the best televisions we've looked at this year.

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The Sony BRAVIA KDL-55EX710 is a relatively cheap edge-lit LED television that has a large screen with generally good picture quality. Its smooth motion control makes it an appropriate low-budget option for watching sport. It is also light on power usage, especially considering its size.

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  • 21st Oct., 2010
  • Campbell Simpson
  • Sony
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  • Pros:
  • Large screen for a low price, good motion control, excellent energy consumption rating, better styling than EX700 series
  • Cons:
  • Cheap fascia and bezel plastic, some high contrast detail loss, wireless LAN is optional
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