LG 86NANO756PA review
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- 86 inches
- 4K Ultra-HD
An 86-inch TV could easily take up near enough an entire wall of many living rooms, and they tend to cost a fair bit. There are models that cost less than £2,000 though, and the 86NANO756PA is one of them. If you’re keen on a massive screen, should you choose this one? These are our impressions based on the technology and features, and our years of experience testing LG TVs.What's included:
- Pros and cons
- What is it?
- What can I watch and what features does it have?
- Should I buy it?
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