We review a lot of TVs here at CNET, but the list below represents only the best.
With smart functions, active 3D and a slim profile, TCL seems to be packing a lot of features for the AU$1299 price tag.
Typical price: $1,299.00
Kogan has produced a big screen with good picture and solid functions, all at a price that makes it hard to beat as a second TV.
Typical price: $799.00
It's a pity that the two selling points of the Kogan Elite 32-inch TV — 100Hz and the PVR — are so poorly executed, as without them this would be a decent television.
Typical price: $689.00
Big V's first shipping foray into 4K, or Ultra High Definition, the P promises to bring all those extra pixels at a price
That's about $80 less than you'll pay elsewhere. It's an open-box model, but it still comes with a one-year warranty.
It doesn't offer fancy OLED or a swanky curved screen, but this relatively humble TV still looks tempting.
At CES in Las Vegas, Panasonic announces a new Xbox-like interface for its new line of Viera LED TVs. The new TVs will recognize the viewer and help customize the experience through features like voice assistant, an info bar, and remote sharing. The company also announced that its new LED TVs will have the same picture quality as its former line of Plasma TVs.
The Consumer Electronics Show is all about TVs, and this year we expect the usual slew of announcements and buzzwords, as well as one conspicuous absentee: Panasonic plasma.
The Vizio E1i-A3 series is the best value yet among big-screen LED TVs.
Not to be outdone by curved OLED TVs, Sony proves good old LED LCD can also throw a curveball with this 65-incher, shipping this fall.