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The LG E7 OLED TV delivers incredibly good image quality, but its no better than the C7 for $1,000 less.
The "new" version of one of CNET's favorite TVs is basically identical to last year, plus software refinements and minus the tablet remote. And that's a good thing.
The successor to CNET's favorite midpriced TVs of last year are back for 2017 with a more traditional take on streaming apps -- and no tablet remote.
Although it's now been replaced by the 2017 versions, LG's 2016 B6 OLED TV remains a superb choice for high-end TV shoppers who need a new set now.
LG's C7 has the best picture quality we've ever tested, and costs less than any other 2017 OLED TV. It's still early in the TV buying season, however.
Epson's $1,500 Home Cinema 1450 has a lumens specification of 4200, brighter than just about anything else for the price.
YouTube TV is now available, streaming live TV channels like Fox and ESPN to select cities for a price lower than cable. Now it just needs more channels, cities and devices.
With the entry-level D series you don't need to cast to watch Netflix, but Roku TVs have been our favorites in the past.
It looks like a picture frame complete with digital still art, but The Frame is actually a TV.
The Viewsonic PRO7827HD is an impressive projector with oodles of features for the money, but can't quite match the best models we've tested.
Thanks to local dimming, Vizio's midrange M and P series should again challenge better-known brands for image quality superiority.
In this week's wrap-up, Amazon introduces a new Alexa-enabled camera that gives you style tips because that's what the world really needs.