Although better known as the purveyor of expensive OLED TVs, LG has a budget LCD winner here with a crisp 55-inch picture and a nifty smart-TV interface.
On first blush, the Insignia 55-inch 1080p set offers a big picture for a modest price, but its image quality leaves much to be desired, and it doesn't have support for smart-TV streaming services.
The Samsung KS8000 offers a sleek, glossy design and good color accuracy, but it's not the best value.
With mediocre performance, the 55-inch Sharp Aquos LC-55N7000U faces tough competition from bargain 4K sets that lack HDR support but produce a comparable picture for less money.
Despite some shortcomings, the TCL Roku TV 55US5800 offers an intuitive, smart-TV interface in a bargain-priced, 55-inch 4K display.
Consider the Hisense 50H8C 50-inch 4K TV if you're looking for an inexpensive 4K TV, but Insignia's 4K Roku TV gives you more at this price.
While this 50-inch 4K TV from TCL has the class-leading Roku TV interface, its picture quality is lacking, even for a sub-$500 set.
A good set for movie fans, the 65-inch Vizio D65u-D2 does an admirable job on overall 4K picture quality, but the set's built-in sound system could use a boost.
A 4K Ultra HD set for those who want more out of a bargain-priced model, the Vizio M-Series supports HDR content as well as the Dolby Vision version of the format.
The Samsung KS9000 delivers the latest HDR performance for a price that’s less than the best OLED sets.
If you like the curved-screen approach, Samsung's top-of-the-line KS9800 is a stunning 4K Ultra HD set that supports HDR programming and is bound to please.
For those who want the best 4K HDR TV available — but have to keep their spending down to a dull roar — the LG B6 delivers a jaw-dropping picture.
While pricey, the LG E6 is a superior OLED TV with jaw-dropping picture quality, support for the latest HDR formats and strong audio.
Offering a great picture and an updated smart-TV interface, the Vizio P-Series 55-inch 4K Ultra HD set is a smart choice for those who want state-of-the-art features for a reasonable price.
Despite grand ambitions, Apple’s car project has hit a wall, and the new direction is much more focused on software than an actual vehicle.
Tesla's Autopilot feature can automatically steer and brake for you and even change lanes, but you should really learn how to use it first with this guide.
The GMC Sierra Denali 1500 is a comfy and connected full-size pickup that really kicks it and includes both noise cancellation and handy power steps.
TV makers love to brag about ever-higher refresh rates on their sets. Here’s how to tell the difference between marketing speak and the truth.
Compared to the BMW 5 Series or Audi A6, the new Volvo S90 is a serious contender, especially for those who are serious about safety.
Making a strong case for 4K HDR TVs, the 55-inch Sony X930D delivers an excellent picture, but its remote control could be better.
A supercar version of the Corvette, the Z06 is still just a quarter of the price of comparable foreign exotics.
The Insignia Roku TV is a bargain 4K ultra-HD set with a surprisingly good picture and one of the best smart-TV setups available, thanks to Roku
The LG Signature G6 OLED 4K TV delivers outstanding image quality and supports HDR for better colors in a stunning razor-thin panel.
Inrix hopes to beat Apple and Google at their own game with a personalized assistant that does more than Android Auto or CarPlay.
One of the best-powered indoor antennas we've tested, the ClearStream Eclipse also boasts a hassle-free design.