LG's top 1080p LCD televisions for the coming year are the LB7100 and LB7200 series, which feature all of the company's best LCD technologies.
The Vizio E2VLE series may appeal to budget shoppers who just want Smart TV, but subpar picture quality hurts its chances against the tough competition.
The Vizio E3D0VX series has excellent features for the price, including 3D and robust streaming, but its 2D picture quality is a big Achilles' heel.
The hallmark of Vizio's VO320E isn't "Eco," as the name implies--it's decent picture quality for a rock-bottom price.
LG has announced its mainstream LCD series for 2014, the LB6300, which comes with a smattering of high-end features and lots of sizes.
The decent picture quality and excellent feature set of the VX32L HDTV make good on Vizio's bang-for-the-buck promise.
Building on the success of ViewSonic's previous budget LCDs, this is an even cheaper LCD that loses out on high-definition compatibility as a result. Picture quality is very good for the price and it offers component inputs and a very slinky design, making it perfect for the bedroom
Despite a couple of picture-quality issues, the ViewSonic N3260W is one of the better bargains among LCD TVs today.
Although the picture quality of the stylish, expensive Sony KDL-52XBR2 falls short against like-size plasmas, it's still one of the best-performing LCDs we've tested.
Sony's high-end KDL-XBR9 series of LCD TV offers a bundle of extras and solid picture quality, but the price will turn off most buyers.
The 52-inch Sony KDL-52XBR6 LCD is a bit too expensive for the level of picture quality it delivers, but its styling and best-in-class black levels help its case.
Although not quite the best of its breed, the Samsung LN-T4661F delivers very good picture quality with plenty of style and functionality.
Although a few bucks more than off-brand entry-level LCDs, Sony's KDL-BX300 series is still a great value.