The big-screen Sony R520/R550 series offers the best value you'll see from the company this year.
Despite the dearth of plasma and OLED news, the TVs of CES 2014 managed to innovate more than ever. Lots of pixels and curvatures took the headlines, but we also noticed trends that could actually lead to better LED LCD picture quality.
At CES 2013, Texas Instruments showed off a new rear-projection display technology that could replace LCD touch screens in cars.
Panasonic's midrange LCDs will include more features than ever and will come in three different flavors: the ET60, E60, and EM60.
Sharp has announced its 6 series televisions for 2013, which, while they include a mix of 3D and non-3D models, will all have Smart TV features.
Hyundai's budget luxury sedan gets an update for the 2014 model year, revealed at the New York auto show, with extensive changes in cabin electronics including even more, bigger LCDs.
The 20-inch Lenovo ThinkVision L201P offers better-than-average performance and excellent ergonomic flexibility, but it's more expensive than similarly equipped business displays.
OLED is the future, according to Samsung, as it's prioritising those screens over LCDs. That means thinner TVs and better pictures.
Panasonic has announced its first large-screen LCDs with the release of the 3D-compatible WT50 and DT50.
Sharp has announced the rebirth of the Elite brand with two high-end LED-based LCD panels, costing $6,000 for the 60-inch model and $8,500 for the 70-inch model.