The Chinese TV maker is looking to improve perception of its TVs with the 65H10C, combining numerous cutting-edge extras.
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The 65-inch X1 TV competes against better-known brands with Dolby Vision HDR compatibility.
At CES 2016 in Las Vegas, television manufacturer TCL is partnering with Dolby to launch a new high-end TV with Dolby Vision HDR due out later this year.
Want a 4K HDR TV for $400? Hisense has it, along with a brand new H8 TV range, more of its proprietary ULED display technology, and a new range of the Sharp Aquos brand. (Yeah, Hisense owns Sharp.)
Samsung says its latest line of SUHD LCD TVs, such as the KS9500, deliver higher light output and better color, and perform better in bright rooms
Small dual-driver Bluetooth earbuds, plus a clip-on that tracks exercise automatically. We take an early look at Misfit's first "hearable".
A rare gaming all-in-one desktop, with a massive 34-inch curved screen.
DTS Play-Fi continues its slow march toward its dream of universal streaming support with the addition of heavy-hitters Klipsch and Rotel and further streaming services.
Including bottle-wash jets and plenty of cycle options, the GE PDT750SSFSS offers an assortment of convenient features for $1,200.
Complete with a black stainless steel finish, the $1,200 LG LDT9965BD looks like a million bucks -- and performs like it too.