Best Blu-ray Players
Apple's 4K HDR streamer combines peak picture with a high-end feel, but is that high price too much to swallow?
The Sony VPL-VW285ES is the company's first true Ultra HD projector for under five grand and boasts compatibility with HDR content.
The Bowers & Wilkins 707 S2 speaker looks stunning and sounds highly detailed, but it's best as a surround or paired with certain kinds of music.
The $3,000 Epson LS100 is an ultra-short-throw laser projector designed to appeal to people who want a truly gigantic screen without needing a big, dark room to put it in.
Starting at $2,000 for 55 inches, the B7A is basically identical to the TV we called the best we've ever tested.
Audiophile favourite Bang & Olufsen has teamed up with LG for a new OLED television that moves around the room.
The voice-controlled Amazon TV with Alexa is here and listens like a champ, especially if you already own an Echo or Dot speaker.
This versatile Android-powered, lunch box-size projector can last up to 3 hours away from an outlet and is a lot of fun to use despite some software issues.
Roku TVs combine the best built-in streaming system with affordable prices, and the S405 series adds 4K to the mix. But how's the picture?
Vizio's D series is a sprawling mess of mostly ho-hum models, but we found two image quality diamonds in the rough.
Apple updates its media streamer with 4K resolution and high dynamic range. The new box will also let you stream 4K movies at the same price as HD movies.
Today's major tech headlines include Apple TV 4K reviews hitting, HTC sending 2,000 employees to Google and Facebook's new ad tools letting business target those who visit physical stores.