One of the best displays on the planet, but this ultrapremium smart TV is so cutting edge that it gets tripped up on basics.
Dish customers would be wise to upgrade to the Hopper 3, which can record up to 16 shows at once, streams 4K, and lets you watch four games at the same time.
The LG C9 OLED is the best TV we've seen in 2019, and it gets our top recommendation for 4K smart TVs.
As 4K HDR streaming devices go, the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K does a great job balancing functionality, price and performance.
Thanks to its intuitive interface, superior discovery features and powerful DVR, Sony PlayStation Vue is very close to being a cable killer.
The Vizio M-Series Quantum 65-inch (M658-G1) remixes Vizio's affordable M-Series with an impressive display and a new, improved version of SmartCast.
The Insignia Fire TV Edition is a solid smart TV, with good picture quality and sound. It's the best Amazon-powered TV yet.
The Hisense H8F Android TV is a decent 4K smart TV with a nice design and strong feature set, but it's held back by inconsistent backlighting and middling sound quality.
The SunBriteTV 55-inch Veranda (SB-V-55-4KHDR-BL) expands on the previous model's impressive weatherproof design with improved picture, better sound and the addition of HDR support.
The Samsung 65-inch LED NU6900 Smart 4K TV gives you ultra-HD resolution and a solid smart TV for an affordable price, but it could use more ports.
One of the poorer performers among the under-$20 antennas that we've tested, but it has an indoor/outdoor design that's perfect for road warriors and campers.
There are prettier models and a couple of more performance-oriented options available, but the Antop AT-402B flat panel strikes the right balance between channel receptivity and price.
Sling TV offers some great programming that cord-cutters couldn't get before - especially ESPN - but has some annoying restrictions.
The Vizio V-Series 50-inch 4K HDR Smart TV (V505-G9) may not wow you with pristine picture and sound, but it offers pretty great quality for the money, and offers a collection of smart features that feel like a steal.
The Razer Ripsaw HD is a much-improved capture card that makes it easy to capture smooth 1080p gameplay.
The Toshiba 55-inch 4K Fire TV Edition (55LF621U19) is the best Amazon-branded smart TV we've seen, but mediocre hardware and over-aggressive advertising still weigh it down.
The Spectre 50-inch X515BV-FSR is a nicely priced TV with a large screen, but the full-HD set has no smart features and suffers from poor picture quality.The Sceptre 50-inch X515BV-FSR ($199) is something of a holdout in today's world of smart TVs and 4K
The Caavo Control Center combines all your devices and their content into one interface, but all its best features cost extra.
The Sony Master Series A9F OLED TV is one of the best OLED TVs on the market, and blows away the competition with its great picture quality, an innovative sound system and an improved version of Android TV.
The Mohu Curve 50 is an HDTV antenna that’s worth the premium because of its great reception, top-notch design and ease of use.
The Samsung 65-inch Q9FN QLED TV is Samsung's best 4K TV, and it shows, with best-in-class LCD performance, excellent sound and plenty of smarts.
There's no compelling reason to get a Xiaomi Mi Box S, due to troublesome issues with its picture quality, sound levels and interface.
The LG B7 OLED brings the stunning quality of LG's OLED displays to your living room for a much more palatable price, and doesn't cut many corners along the way.
Another in a long line of small, flat indoor antennas, the Antop AT-108 is one of the lesser performers in the under-$20 crowd.
The ClearStream Fusion delivers solid reception for an outdoor antenna without looking like a pair of antlers stuck to the side of your house.
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