Gosh, it’s so… orangeyYeah, and beautifully made, you uncultured oik. Loewe TVs tend to look more like tech sculptures than a common-or-garden flatscreen telly, and the Individual Slim is no different. Those orange side panels you were so disparaging about are almost infinitely customisable. Just pick a hue from the RAL colour spectrum and Loewe will knock them up especially for you. You’ll never have to worry about the curtains clashing with your telly again. Even if you have wooden curtains - there’s more than just plain colour options available.What if I change my curtains? Who are you – Lawrence Llewelyn Bowen? You’ll be too busy watching telly to be messing about with interior design anyway. Underneath the anodised aluminium chassis you’ll find both non-HD Freeview and Freesat tuners, and the optional 250GB hard disk would have plenty of space for several episodes of 60 Minute Makeovers. Actually, I can see it now. Over there by my bureau…That’s more like it. It comes in 32, 40, 46 and 55in screen sizes as well, so even if your living room resembles a kennel you should be able to find one to fit. Add Full HD resolution, 400Hz processing on the sets of 40in or larger, plus DLNA streaming and LED backlighting that responds to ambient light, and you’ve got one seriously attractive telly.
£3400 | www.loewe-uk.com