TVs are more affordable than ever. Here are some of our favorite models available for $500 or less.
We review a lot of TVs here at CNET, but the list below represents only the best.
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While it doesn't match the app selection or search capabilities of Roku, Amazon's Fire TV Stick's solid performance and mastery of Amazon content make it easily worth the $40 price.
The Fire TV streaming-media box is an impressive living room debut for Amazon, with standout features like voice search, gaming, and superfast video streaming, but it falls short of being an elite streamer -- at least for now.
Which has the most apps? Which has the coolest features? Which one is the best? The most popular streamers all have their merits, so we'll help you decide which box is right for you.
The best smart-TV suite combined with extremely aggressive pricing makes the TCL Roku TV a phenomenal value despite its so-so picture quality.
Before you get too excited, it's only a proof-of-concept display. The unveiling is part of a broader announcement to showcase the company's plans for the future, which center on OLED tech.
Can you get a good TV for less than $500? Judging from the sets on this list, which range from 32 to 51 inches and $250 to $500, the answer is "yes."
The first household name to incorporate the Roku TV platform, Sharp will offer 43-inch and 50-inch models, available exclusively at Best Buy. House brand Insignia will sell 32- and 55-inch Roku TVs, starting at $229 for the 32-inch model.