Five years after Pionner's Kuro and a few before OLED becomes mainstream, Panasonic's ZT60 plasma TV now owns the picture quality crown. But is it worth the extra cost?
The overpriced Sharp Elite LED-based LCD produces the best overall picture quality of any TV we've reviewed since 2008.
With the 2011 crop of HDTVs just around the corner, CNET examines whether any will beat the best TV of all time.
Pioneer Australia has announced that it will not be re-entering the television market and that the new line of Elite-branded panels announced for the US will not be available in Australia.
We weren't too keen on the Nokia N8, but we know lots of you love it. But now the N8 is being trounced in our Greatest Gadget tournament by the Pioneer Kuro TV. We get analysing...
Ian Morris has watched many TVs in his time. Some might say too many. But only one TV impressed him enough to be considered for the title of Greatest Gadget of the 21st Century, and it was part of Pioneer's Kuro range.
On 15 September 2008 we reviewed the Pioneer PDP-LX5090 and found it to be flipping marvellous -- several months on, it feels like a good time to review its long-term performance
Having just reviewed the chief competition to Pioneer's well-regarded, and now-extinct, Kuro plasma TVs, CNET editor David Katzmaier recommends which one to buy.
The Panasonic TC-PG10 series of plasma TVs aims to compete against Pioneer's Kuro, the picture quality champ. Does it succeed?
Panasonic, and Sony have done it; now Pioneer's new "Kuro" does network connectivity.