OLED TVs provide the best picture quality we've ever tested, and until now the only TV brand selling them in the US was LG. Now Sony enters the game.
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.
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 Chinese maker's new P series has all stuff we look for in the best LCD TVs, including Dolby Vision HDR to full-array local dimming, for a midrange price.
The company's new C series has the largest Roku TV yet, and ups the ante with better features and style. Meanwhile the S series offers 18 different mainstream options.
While LG's OLED TVs produce the best picture quality we've ever tested, its LCD TVs have been among the worst. Maybe the 2017 improvements will help.
The LG W7 series TV strips television's form to the bare minimum but still delivers the world-beating picture quality of OLED.
OLED TVs from LG deliver the best image quality we've ever tested, and in 2017 that picture gets even better. Now we just have to wait for pricing.
The two titans of TVs face off once again, with Samsung's contender powered by improved quantum dot technology and aided by hosts of new features.
Despite the inconvenience of its tablet-based menus and apps, the Vizio M series' excellent image quality and value make it a top choice for the price.
An attractive design and cutting-edge compatibility add the LG's UH8500's appeal on paper, but in person its image can't beat competitors.
Vizio has announced pricing and availability of its mainstream E series for 2016, delivering a range of sizes and pricing, as well as a Smart TV system that depends on your phone, just like Google's Chromecast.
No TV delivers the same level of picture quality for the price of the LG 55EG9100.
The Sharp Aquos LC-80XU930X is a 4K Android-powered TV that uses a technology that upscales its resolution to 8K.
Sharp's newest flagship TVs deliver all of the cutting-edge features found on competitors' flagships, commanding a high price and promising better picture quality than ever.
4K TVs are getting cheaper than ever, and Chinese brand Hisense is among the least expensive. Its newest models start at $400 for 43 inches.
Chinese TV maker Hisense is looking to improve the perception of its TVs in the US with its latest ULED TV, combining all the most cutting-edge extras in a high-end model.
The Chinese manufacturer, best known in the US for its cut-rate TVs, will introduce a flagship-level TV with all the fixins in 2016, including Dolby Vision, quantum dots and a curved screen.