Philips introduced six flat-panel LCDs with 120Hz de-judder technology at the 2008 Consumer Electronics Show.
The HD Guru tests 125 high-def TVs for motion resolution and 1080i de-interlacing.
CNET editors ruminate on the positives and negatives of HDTVs getting firmware and software updates.
Today Sony announced an LCD TV with a refresh rate of 240Hz, twice that of current 120Hz sets and quadruple standard HDTVs.
Today Sharp announced two new lines of LCD-based flat panel HDTVs, one with a special energy saving mode and another with a 120Hz refresh rate.
CNET reviews the Vizio SV470XVT, the least-expensive HDTV with 120Hz processing.
The Mitsubishi LT-46148 is expensive and produces a lighter shade of black and greenish tinge to grayscale that cannot be adjusted, while de-judder processing kicks in and out abruptly.
Sony's midlevel KDL-46W4100 gets you solid de-judder video processing, but otherwise its picture quality falls short of the top tier.
The 120Hz Samsung LN-T4671F is still one of the better-performing LCD HDTVs available, but a few issues hamper its judder-busting video processing.
CNET editors address reader mail asking about smoothness witnessed on LCD TVs.