The 100H10D achieves a huge screen size thanks to a short-throw laser projection system with 4K resolution, complete with a full surround system.
The battle for picture quality at a budget price has often been won by Vizio, but the local dimming-clad 2017 TV lineup from Chinese brand Hisense could mount a spirited fight.
From Samsung and Sony to Hyundai and Toyota, some of the biggest manufacturers in the world announce their new tech today. Here's how you can see it all unfold live.
Every year CNET sends planeloads of editors, producers, salespeople and techs to cover the massive CES show in Las Vegas, and every year it seems to get busier. Especially for me, because I cover TVs.
Delivering a huge image for less than any LCD TV of the same size, the LaserCast is the latest iteration of projection TV.
The Chinese TV maker is looking to improve perception of its TVs with the 65H10C, combining numerous cutting-edge extras.
Want a 4K HDR TV for $400? Hisense has it, along with a brand new H8 TV range, more of its proprietary ULED display technology, and a new range of the Sharp Aquos brand. (Yeah, Hisense owns Sharp.)
Want to see the future of car technology?
Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.