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Philips 65PFL5922

The PFL5922 series serves up the latest TV technology and appeals to people who prefer to cast Netflix, YouTube and the rest from their phones.

Sony XBR-65A1E

With an amazing picture that matches but doesn't exceed LG's 2017 OLED TVs, the Sony XBR-A1E isn't worth the premium for most high-end shoppers.

Sony XBR-55A1E

With an amazing picture that matches but doesn't exceed LG's 2017 OLED TVs, the Sony XBR-A1E isn't worth the premium for most high-end shoppers.

Samsung QN65Q7F

Hate wires? The high-end Samsung Q7 is for you. But if you demand the absolute best picture quality, look to OLED.

Samsung QN55Q7F

Hate wires? The high-end Samsung Q7 is for you. But if you demand the absolute best picture quality, look to OLED.

Samsung QN75Q7F

Hate wires? The high-end Samsung Q7 is for you. But if you demand the absolute best picture quality, look to OLED.

Element EL4KAMZ4317 Amazon Fire TV Edition

Budget-priced Amazon Fire TV Edition televisions by Element take on Roku TVs with voice commands courtesy of Alexa.

Element EL4KAMZ5517 Amazon Fire TV Edition

Budget-priced Amazon Fire TV Edition televisions by Element take on Roku TVs with voice commands courtesy of Alexa.

Element EL4KAMZ5017 Amazon Fire TV Edition

Budget-priced Amazon Fire TV Edition televisions by Element take on Roku TVs with voice commands courtesy of Alexa.

Element EL4KAMZ6517 Amazon Fire TV Edition

Budget-priced Amazon Fire TV Edition televisions by Element take on Roku TVs with voice commands courtesy of Alexa.

LG OLED55E7P

Unless you have even more money than the typical OLED TV shopper, you should choose the less expensive version of this TV.

LG OLED65E7P

Unless you have even more money than the typical OLED TV shopper, you should choose the less expensive version of this TV.

Vizio P65-E1

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.

Vizio P55-E1

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.

Vizio P75-E1

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.

Vizio M55-E0

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.

Vizio M70-E3

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.

Vizio M75-E1

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.

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