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This midpriced TV outdoes the TCL and Vizio with superior connections for next-gen consoles and over-the-air TV.
Affordable pricing and a bright, punchy image make the 6-Series the new TV to beat.
The update lets Roku display photos, video and more from an iPhone, iPad or Mac computer.
You can get three other Hitchcock films in 4K -- Rear Window, The Birds and Vertigo -- for $9 each as well.
OK, technically it's a new ultrashort-throw projector. And no, we don't know the price yet.
The latest version of our favorite midpriced TV adds mini-LED, 120Hz and THX gaming upgrades.
Boise, Idaho, is the first to get Evoca, a new kind of pay-TV service broadcast over the air. More areas are coming soon.
It's still crazy expensive, but this $3,750 TV is the best picture quality you can get in a 77-inch screen.