2017's next generation of TVs are standing by to dazzle your eyes (and your wallet). Our TV expert David Katzmaier, seen here counting every pixel of a concept 8K TV, introduces the picks of the bunch. Just give him a sec to finish up.
OLED (organic light emitting diode) TV technology produces the best picture quality CNET has tested, and LG's booth is the OLED mecca. Its coolest display is a huge tunnel composed of gently curved OLED screens.
Despite their huge design (and price) disparities, LG says all of its 2017 OLED TVs, from the W7 to the B7, will have the same picture quality. We expect it to be among the best on the market. But one might be better...
Those 75-inch TVs probably feel pretty slick -- until they get a load of the 100-inch Hisense 100H10D. It's another projection system, with a surround-sound setup and a short-throw laser projector that beams onto the 100-inch screen. And it costs only $13,ooo.
Another "TV" designed for commercial use, Sony's gigantic crystal LED screen is 32 feet long, 9 feet high (9.75 by 2.75 meters) and impossibly bright. As the largest TV I saw at CES, it seems an appropriate place to end.