The Hisense UX literally shines with the highest brightness we’ve measured and OLED-like black levels, but there’s some trade-offs.
The Sony Bravia XR A95L is one of the best-performing and most forward-thinking OLED TVs on the market based on our testing. But its approach to brightness may give some pause.
The Epson Home Cinema 3800 is a powerful projector, but it’s not quite the complete package others are.
The LG G3 OLED delivers ultra brightness and an outstanding picture along with a stunning design and smart software, but it's pricey and doesn't include a stand.
Our Hulu with Live TV review takes a close look at the service. And while it's colorful, robust and effective at recommending new content, it's not perfect.
It’s not without some minor shortcomings, but by and large the Hisense U8K offers an incredibly bright, colorful picture that’s fun to watch.
The Samsung S95C OLED TV is a premium and well-rounded TV that impressed in our benchmark testing across-the-board.
The Amazon Fire TV 2-Series will get you a smart TV with decent features at a bargain price. Unfortunately, that comes with serious tradeoffs, including one of the dimmest displays we’ve ever tested.
The Samsung QN90C Neo QLED TV offers best-in-class HDR brightness and strong picture performance. Despite minor qualms, this is the QLED to beat this year.
The TCL Q7 QLED TV looks to strike just the right balance of performance and cost. Here's how the set stacks up based on our first impressions.
Samsung's new 8K flagship TV offers stunning colors, exceptional contrast and mind-blowing brightness.
The Hisense U6H has a surprising amount of power and picture potential for a TV that costs less than $500.
The LG B2 OLED offers 90% of what the award-winning LG C2 OLED brings to the table, but at a lower price tag.
The Sony Bravia XR A80K is a high-performing feature-rich OLED TV with great sound that’s worth the price but it could use more HDMI 2.1 ports.
We go hands on with the Sony Bravia XR X95L Mini LED TV, the company's premium 85-inch Mini LED TV offering. Here's our first impressions of the design, performance and more.
The Samsung QN95B Neo QLED TV is the premium QLED set to get. With best-in-class brightness, a clever design and every feature you need from a smart TV, the QN95B is tough to beat.
The Samsung QN95C Neo QLED TV introduces some compelling performance upgrades, making for this year's most anticipated 4K QLED TVs. Here are our first impressions of the set.
The Samsung Q60B delivers a fairly decent picture, low input lag for gaming and solid sound on a budget.