LG 86NANO866PA review
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- 86 inches
- 4K Ultra-HD
TVs don’t get much bigger than this. The 86-inch 86NANO886PA is colossal, and most living rooms aren’t nearly big enough to accommodate one (unless you like craning your neck to see the edges). It’s one of LG’s more high-end backlit TVs that has a layer of nanocells to filter colours for a more natural picture. Is it worth buying if you have the room? These are our impressions based on the technology and features, and our years of experience testing LG TVs.What's included:
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