The devices on this page represent the best among their respective categories.
The shiny Samsung Series 7 Ultra has a long battery life and nice design, but its now-older processor gives us pause.
Quad-core CPUs, AMD graphics, and a touch screen fill the near-ultrabook slim Chronos at CES.
The 85-inch member of this billionaire-level TV series has been out for awhile, and we know most of the details already: $40,000 price tag, 4K resolution, crazy easel-type stand, Now the 110-inch size is official, and it costs $150,000.
Although its 3D deserves praise, overall the Toshiba L9300U is a worse performer and more expensive than its 4K competitors.
The UNH7150 series, the highest-end Samsung LED with neither 4K resolution nor a curved screen announced at CES, adds a new split-screen function to its suite of Smart TV extras but lacks the step-up models' superior local dimming.
The Samsung Series 7 isn't the fastest, or the most fully featured midrange all-in-one, but casual PC users should consider it for its affordability and overall polish.
The Samsung F7100 series offers a gorgeous design and impressive features, but "just OK" picture quality makes it a poorer value than its rivals.
How compelling is a hybrid laptop/tablet solution with Windows 8? Samsung's ultraportable solution follows a form we're likely to see a lot of this fall.
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Despite excellent all-around picture quality, the Samsung UNF9000 4K TV offers almost no improvement over cheaper 1080p TVs that cost much less.
The midlevel price and outstanding quality of the Panasonic TC-PST60 series make it our strongest TV recommendation ever.