Excerpt: The Panasonic TX-L32E5B outperformed the Toshiba in our group test, with its two USB ports, four HDMI sockets and a massive 178 degree viewing angle so the whole family can gather round. DLNA support meanwhile means you can easily stream your files from your computer straight to the TV, no wires required. But as you’ll see in the clip above, the picture doesn’t quite seem natural - not compared to the outstanding LG 32LS575T.
Conclusion: A good value TV whose pairing of the slick VIERA Connect with some nifty digital file handling put this a few rungs in front of the competition, though it's the sterling and ultra-versatile picture quality that truly convinces despite a lacklustre Freeview HD interface and a lack of Wi-Fi.
Pros: VIERA Connect, colour, viewing angle, digital file networking
Excerpt: Your average 32-inch TV rarely gets our pulses racing. While the headline-grabbing big screens get smart TV, 3D and swanky controllers, sets like the TX-L32E5B usually end up with far less attention and price cuts a-plenty.