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Vizio E43-E2

Although its Chromecast built-in system has some appeal, the smaller sizes in Vizio's E series ultimately fall short of competing budget sets.

Vizio E55-E1

Although its Chromecast built-in system has some appeal, the smaller sizes in Vizio's E series ultimately fall short of competing budget sets.

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.

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 D24hn-E1

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.

Sony XBR-55X930E

The X930E and X940E series is a refresher of Sony's excellent, full-featured TVs from 2016, with similar picture quality specifications and some welcome enhancements.

Hisense 86H8D

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.

Hisense 100H10D

The 100H10D achieves a huge screen size thanks to a short-throw laser projection system with 4K resolution, complete with a full surround system.

LG 65SJ9500

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.

Samsung QN65Q9FAMF

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.

VIZIO SmartCast E50-D1

If you're OK with its missing extras, and make sure to get the right model, Vizio's E series will reward you with the best budget TV picture quality yet.

VIZIO SmartCast E48u-D0

If you're OK with its missing extras, and make sure to get the right model, Vizio's E series will reward you with the best budget TV picture quality yet.

Sony XBR-85X850D

The midpriced Sony XBR-X850D gets the features, style and smart parts right, but falls short where it really counts: picture performance.

LeEco uMax85

The Chinese company enters the US market in a big way, undercutting the prices of other 85-inch sets significantly and with better specifications. And it's making smaller TVs too.

LG OLED55E6P

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

LG OLED65E6P

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

LG OLED65B6P

LG's high-end 2016 OLED TVs deliver picture quality that's almost as good as the world-beating 2017 versions, and the B6 is currently a better value.

Sony XBR75Z9D

Starting at $7K for the 65-inch size and going up to an undisclosed sum for 100 inches, Sony's latest sets challenge OLED with unprecedented brightness and all kinds of cutting edge HDR goodness.

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