Put a bow on a new TV

A new big-screen television is the kind of gift they'll never forget. And if you don't quite get what you want this year, buying yourself a new TV could be the perfect cure. Here are our top picks.

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Vizio M series

Our favorite TV of 2015, and thus our strongest TV gift recommendation, just happens to be 4K too. The M series delivers the best combination of picture quality for the money, and if you're feeling especially generous, comes in sizes up to 80 inches.

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Samsung UNJU7100 series

But maybe you'd rather not give a Vizio, for whatever reason. Our next-favorite 4K TV most people can actually afford, the JU7100 has the slick styling and smarts we've come to expect from that S brand.

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TCL FS3800 series (Roku TV)

Speaking of brands, smarts and stuff you can actually afford...you or your giftee may never have heard of TCL, but maybe they know Roku. This inexpensive set is among the best smart TVs you can get.

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Sharp LC-LB371U series (Roku TV)

But...maybe you'd rather give a Sharp instead. Those guys make a Roku TV too, and again it's quite affordable.

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Vizio E series

The best TV value this year, again thanks to a great picture for the money, Vizio's E series makes your TV buying/gifting dollar go furthest.

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Samsung UNJS8500 series

As you move through this list, you might be holding out for "the good stuff." Samsung's JS8500 costs a heck of a lot more than those Vizios and Roku TVs, but it packs all the newfangled features to be ready for tomorrow's TV experience.

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LG EG9600 series

And then there's OLED. The ultimate TV technology costs a mint but if you can afford to buy it, or give it, the image quality is trult dazling. The only choice is whether to get curved one, seen here...

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LG EF9500 series

...or the flat version. Either way, a more desirable TV gift doesn't exist this year. Unless you want something bigger than 65 inches.

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Samsung UNJS9500 series

Did I mention something larger than 65 inches? Samsung has you covered with this high-end set, available in 78 and 88-inch sizes. At prices that will unequivocally prove your generosity this season.

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THIS SMART IRON COST $1000

How much do you hate wrinkled clothes?

A Swedish company known for its high-end ironing systems will soon begin to sell a smart iron that costs more than $1,000.

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