Panasonic EM60 LED TV: A dumb version of a good Smart TV
CNET did not review the EM60 series of LED-based LCD TVs, but we did review the E60 series.
According to Panasonic, the only differences between the two are that the E60 lacks Smart TV, and has slightly deeper cabinet and a slightly wider bezel around the screen. The E60 also has fewer HDMI inputs (two instead of three) and USB ports (one instead of two). Since it doesn't have Smart TV, it also lacks the E60's Ethernet port and Wi-Fi, and related features like DLNA media streaming.
How to buy a TV in early 2018
The new year is upon us! The latest update to our ever-popular guide provides the best TVs right now, and what to consider for the entire year.
Aren't TV OLED and phone OLED the same thing?
Gorgeous OLED screens come in sizes fit for your hand and your living room wall. Here's how they compare.
CES TVs preview: What to expect from the big screens of 2018
From OLED to QLED to Micro LED, CES is the place where screen time is absolutely friggin' huge. Here's a peek.
Back in time, when TVs were really expensive
Beyond the Black Friday deals and disposably cheap TVs, are televisions getting more or less expensive? Let's find out.
Time for an upgrade? HDR10+, the latest HDR format
There’s a new high dynamic range format coming. It’s called HDR10+. Here’s what you need to know.
HDR format explainer: HDR10 vs. Dolby Vision vs. HLG
There are three HDR formats and your TV might not be able to play content from all of them. Here’s how they stack up.
Samsung QLED vs. LG OLED TV: What's the difference?
Samsung's QLED TVs aim squarely at LG's OLED models for the picture quality crown. But in spite of the similar-sounding names, they're as different as chalk and cheese.
Sony prices XBR-A1E OLED TV higher than LG, starting at $5,000
After LG, Sony is the second major TV maker to sell OLED TVs in the US this year, starting in April. They'll be a lot more expensive though.
I still watch my plasma TV, even though my OLED is better
With both TVs in the house I can see the difference, but it's not noticeable enough that I need to junk my plasma before it dies.
Curved TV isn't dead yet. Thanks, Samsung.
Last year sales of curved TVs actually rose, but without LG in the mix will their popularity flatline?
Sony OLED TV coming next year for $2,000 and up, according to report
Rumor has it that Sony will sell a TV based on OLED display technology, competing against LG for the best image quality available.
Should I get a new 4K TV?
Not sure if you should upgrade to a new Ultra HD "4K" TV? Here's a handy guide to figure it out.
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