Making a strong case for 4K HDR TVs, the 55-inch Sony X930D delivers an excellent picture, but its remote control could be better.
The AOC G2460PF displays games in somewhat faithful colors at high frame rates, but cumbersome menus mar the experience.
By displaying all of your TV and DVR content on its touch screen, the Ray Super Remote will change the way you channel surf.
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.
One of the best-powered indoor antennas we've tested, the ClearStream Eclipse also boasts a hassle-free design.
The LG 55EG9100 provides a best-in-class OLED picture with jaw-dropping viewing angles, but for the price we'd like 4K resolution.
A nearly flawless picture that can accommodate forthcoming HDR content, the LG65EF9500 is the best 4K set we've tested so far.
The Vizio M-Series’ full-array backlighting delivers a superb picture for 4K TV shoppers who want a large 65-inch set at an affordable price.
The Sony Bravia X930C is a state-of-the-art 4K set with HDR support and impressive built-in speakers.
The Samsung UN40JU6700 has a sexy curved design and 4K resolution, but the overall picture quality doesn't match the high price.
The 40-inch Samsung UN40JU6500 offers a detailed 4K picture at a competitive price, but don't expect wide viewing angles.
Though pricey for a smaller TV, the Sony XBR43X830C delivers a sharp and colorful picture, along with a bevy of Android apps.
An inexpensive non-amplified antenna, the Winegard FlatWave Micro performed reasonably well as long as you can position it close to your TV.
The Samsung Series 6 UN50JU6500 delivers a sharp 4K picture and good contrast in a 50-inch set for an affordable price.
The Apple TV's innovative Siri features, app store and beautiful interface make the premium worth it for Apple fans, but it lacks 4K support.
The Roku 4 streams in full 4K at up to 60 frames per second and has more than 2,500 channels, but it's familiar and a bit pricey.
The Nvidia Shield is a powerful set-top box with 4K streaming and fluid gameplay, but this expensive Android TV device needs more apps.
GeForce Now streams lots of games with beautiful graphics and solid frame rates for an affordable monthly fee, but it has room to improve.
The Slingbox M2 can stream whatever you see on your TV, but it doesn’t improve much on the previous generation.
The Hisense 50H7GB has a nearly irresistible price for a 5-inch, ultra-HD 4K set, but the picture is flawed.
Priced to compete against cheap, lesser-known brands, this Insignia model boasts thousands of built-in Roku streaming channels, making it a good choice for cord cutting.
The LG 65UF9500 delivers a sharp 4K picture with good color and smart webOS software in an attractive design.
The E-Series is an excellent HD set for price-conscious buyers looking for a crisp picture with good contrast.
Although the Chromecast is almost foolproof in both setup and functionality, what it does is limited compared to the competition.
The leader of the streaming player pack, the Roku 3 offers the most content choices, a comprehensive search feature and a remote that enables private listening.
The Panasonic 65AX800U can't match the quality of Panasonic's now-defunct plasma TV lines, but it delivers a pleasant 4K performance.