Best Blu-ray Players
The high-end Samsung Q7 will appeal more to design-conscious buyers who hate wires than home theater fans who demand peak picture quality.
Budget-priced Amazon Fire TV Edition televisions by Element take on Roku TVs with voice commands courtesy of Alexa.
The company's new C-Series has the largest Roku TV yet, and ups the ante with better features and style.
The Chinese maker's new P-Series has all the stuff we look for in the best LCD TVs, including Dolby Vision HDR and full-array local dimming, for a midrange price.
The PBS Kids Plug and Play isn't a toy car with a remote control. It's a streamer that plugs into your TV's HDMI port to serve up educational shows and games.
The price includes 50-odd live TV channels and full access to Hulu's vast on-demand library, but to skip commercials you'll have to pay extra.
The LG E7 OLED TV delivers incredibly good image quality, but its no better than the C7 for $1,000 less.
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.
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.
Although it's now been replaced by the 2017 versions, LG's 2016 B6 OLED TV remains a superb choice for high-end TV shoppers who need a new set now.
The Sony UBP-X800 4K Blu-ray player offers speedy operation and excellent image quality.
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