For its price tag this TV delivers exceptional value, but the quality isn't too great. There's obvious motion blur, the black levels are mediocre and the colours are pushed a bit too hard. Still, the overall picture quality isn't too bad for its £279 MSRP.
"If you've never heard of Technika, you probably don't shop at Tesco. The supermarket giant has been championing the budget brand for years, sticking a few TVs on its shelves and selling (at the time of writing) no fewer than 27 Technika sets on its website.
Among a large range can be found a 42-inch model, the 42-2030, with a Freeview HD tuner for just £399. The £299 32-inch 32-277, meanwhile, ditches the hi-def broadcasts but adds an integrated DVD player."