Best-in-class black levels and excellent all-around performance places the Pioneer PDP-5020FD near the top of the picture-quality heap, but it will cost you.
CNET reviews the Pioneer Kuro PDP-5020FD, and despite the hype and expectations, it's not the best HDTV of 2008.
Having just reviewed the chief competition to Pioneer's well-regarded, and now-extinct, Kuro plasma TVs, CNET editor David Katzmaier recommends which one to buy.
We explain why it's best to wait on buying a DLNA-certified television based on the televisions we tested this year.
Best-in-class black levels and excellent all-around performance places the Pioneer PDP-5020FD near the top of the picture quality heap, but it will cost you.
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