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The Chord Electronics Index is a network audio streamer which combines with the Scamp integrated amplifier to form a Lilliputian high-end audio hi-fi system.
£1,980 inc VAT
The Chord Electronics Hugo review takes raw digital audio data from a variety of sources and converts the digital signal into analogue, ready to be played into…
£1,400 inc VAT
The technology promises to get rid of headaches while offering a cleaner and better tri-dimensional experience, and it has cost advantages as well thanks to much…
£1,299 inc VAT
The LG 47LM670T is a 3D TV with first class multimedia file support, but it offers slightly disappointing visual and audio performance. Take a look at our full review…
£1,249 inc VAT
Despite its extremely fast (5ms) pixel response time, the LG Electronics 42LB5D LCD television's display quality was disappointing.
£1,199 inc VAT
LG's Infinia 50PZ950T is an attractive 50-inch plasma TV set with good picture quality, plenty of Internet options, and excellent 3D graphics. Its only disadvantage…
£1,088 inc VAT
If first impressions were all we based our reviews on, the LG 47LX6900 47in 3D television would score impressively.
£1,055 inc VAT
Chord’s DAC64 sets a reference point for audio quality that’s going to be hard follow. Read our Chord Electronics QuteHD review to find out more.
£990 inc VAT
The LG 34UM95 is a widescreen display with great workstation and production potential. It plays Cinemascope-width films beautifully, too. Here's our LG 34UM95 review.
£912 inc VAT
The LG 42LA690V is a 42-inch TV that delivers a serious bang for your buck. Read our LG 42LA690V review to find out more.
£899 inc VAT
The LG 47LB730V is an elegant and inventive smart TV. If you're a heavy user of streaming services the LG 47LB730V should be high on your audition list. Find out why…
£899 inc VAT
The LG 42LM660T is a 3D-enabled LED TV that straddles the often confusing middle ground between bargain belter and high-end hotshot. Here's our LG 42LM660T review.
£830 inc VAT
LG's LG GGW-H10N Blu-ray and HD-DVD combo drive - the Super Multi Blue - is a neat solution to a thorny dilemma: Blu-ray or HD-DVD?
£600 inc VAT
The LG NAS N4B1 is neither a comprehensive media server nor a particularly fast performer, but as a network-attached storage device, it's quick enough for…
£499 inc VAT
The LG M2794D is a 27in 16:9 LCD screen with a ‘Full HD' resolution of 1,920x1,080 that doubles as television with its built-in Freeview TV tuner.
£425 inc VAT
The 2560 by 1080 pixel ultra-wide aspect ratio is great, but brings with it issues of compatibility with existing software and hardware. Some of the more advanced…
£420 inc VAT
LG’s GBW-H10N is an internal Blu-ray drive that uses the standard IDE interface. The LG GBW-H10N is a simple plug-in replacement for most optical drives.
£405 inc VAT
The LG Optimus Black is a smartly designed Android phone that features a nice-looking display, a simple and clean user interface, and battery life that would make…
£400 inc VAT
High-end audio specialist Chord Electronics has the world’s first stereo Bluetooth audio adaptor
£399 inc VAT
When it comes to buying a flat-panel, size has always mattered. But now it matters for a whole new set of reasons.
£399 inc VAT