LG's top-of-the-line 2012 TV, the 55LM9600, features extraordinary style, excellent picture quality and some cutting-edge new technology.
Typical price: $4,099.00
The LEDs in "LED TVs" come in several different configurations, and some are better than others.
LG's range of televisions will be dominated by LED-backlighting LCDs and features like voice recognition and 3D, while only three models will boast plasma technology.
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Check out the four 2012 TVs so far to score a "10" in each of our four review subratings: Design, Features, Picture quality, and Value.
We believe a matte-screen finish offers the best picture quality in rooms where you can't control ambient light. Here are CNET's favorites so far this year.
CNET takes a step back to evaluate the crop of 2012 TVs as whole, revealing the year's first Editors' Choice and full ratings for every television reviewed so far.
The Sony HX850 is a seriously good LCD, and unless there are some surprises in the next months it could walk away with the top prize at the end of the year.
LG's 2012 line of LED-based LCDs with full-array local dimming LED backlights now include more screen sizes, including a 60-inch option.
Both are set to make an appearance at CES, but they've leaked early. And they don't come much slimmer and cube-shaped respectively.