We review a lot of TVs here at CNET, but the list below represents only the best.
Panasonic is no longer making plasma displays, and judging from its lackluster lineup of new LED LCD models, the company seems destined for a rough 2014 in the TV marketplace.
The retailer has knocked AU$1501 off the price of the 65-inch Hisense Ultra HD TV, making it the cheapest 4K model currently in the market.
In a lightning-quick press conference today, Panasonic unveiled its 2013 lineup of new high- and midrange TVs, home audio speakers, Blu-ray players, and even bone-conducting headphones.
The Consumer Electronics Show gives us a glimpse of the TV trends we'll see in the year to follow. Much like last year, the talk of the 2013 show in TVs will revolve around OLED and 4K.
While Ultra HD televisions are a truly luxury item at the moment, affordable sets are on the way.
Nowadays most people want tiny speakers and subwoofers, and they can sound fine, but only big subs can rock the house!
CNET's quick hands-on with the $50 Roku LT confirms that it will be the best streaming-video-box value this holiday season.
Samsung's 2011 line of plasma TVs adds an extra inch in screen size wile maintaining a slim 1.5-inch deep form factor.
Vizio has announced a pair of TVs with an ultra-wide aspect ratio of 21:9, as opposed to the standard 16:9.
Panasonic gave an in-depth demonstration of its 2010 TV lineup, focusing as usual on plasma TVs, and improvements were apparent in picture quality and features.