Our favorite Smart TV suite combined with extremely aggressive pricing makes the TCL Roku TV a phenomenal value despite its so-so picture quality.
We take an in-depth look at the new Roku TV sets manufactured by Chinese TV makers TCL and Hinsense.
For the last few years 4K "Ultra HD" televisions have been displayed at CES, but in 2015 they'll dominate -- not just on the show floor, but on showroom floors everywhere throughout the year.
The Chinese electronics giant already has its foot in Hollywood. Coming soon: a Netflix-style video service and a $250,000 Imax home theater.
The TV manufacturer plans a big splash in the Australian market with its 4K range, including an 85-inch unit for under AUD$10k.
If you want a really big TV and don't want to pay very much, the 58-inch TCL LE58FHDE3010 is an acceptable choice.
The lone Panasonic LCD TV with 4K resolution, model TC-L65WT600, includes an input capable of handling faster frame rates than its competition. Its other issues, however, prevent it from earning our full recommendation, even to the few who want a 4K TV now.
We're pretty sure readers won't mind if we give away another free TV. Up this time: a TCL L40FHDF12TA (yeah, you might want to rename this baby).
If 2014 was the best of times for TVs, it was also the worst of times. The death of plasma, the birth of OLED. The emergence of 4K. And the dumbing down of smart TV. Join us for a tour, won't you?
In addition to its TV range, TCL had some other, very clever displays on show at CES 2013.