Save big on TVs from Hisense, Sony and Vizio.
In a TV slated for 2020 release at a 'value' compared to OLED, the Chinese TV maker packs two LCDs behind a single screen. We go eyes-on with ULED XD.
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The China-based TV maker offers up two things Americans love: streaming ease and huge TVs.
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CNET has taken us into the world of TVs at CES 2018. What do you think of this year's biggest TV announcements?
Take a stroll with us through the Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center and feast your eyes on some of the largest tech-show booths around.
Roll up one and all, to 2018's generation of TVs, including the world's first big-screen TV that actually does roll up like a newspaper.
CES isn't officially open yet, but there's already plenty of news to follow from the annual technology bonanza. Here's what you need to know so far.
WIth press day winding down, the focus turns to Sony and Intel.
At CES 2018, Hisense shows off its new 150-inch laser TV. The 4K unit will cost $10,000.
If size is your priority, then this 75-inch TV is for you.
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