The Samsung UN65JU6500 is a relatively affordable ultra-HD set that punches above its weight class.
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.
A true value in the 4K TV category, the P652ui-B2 is good choice for those who want to be ready for the Ultra-HD future.
This Sharp Aquos set presents a praiseworthy Ultra HD picture at a reasonable price, but it could use a few ergonomic improvements.
Channels' effort to combine over-the-air and online TV is still a work in progress, but it has a lot of entertainment potential.
OLED TV comes close to perfection, thanks to gorgeous colors, stunning contrast and an intuitive smart-TV interface and remote.
Samsung's trim, 65-inch 4K TV delivers great image quality and smart TV features in an attractive package and at an approachable price.
The Roamio OTA is OK at what it does, but it's tough to set up and, considering fees, much more expensive than its $50 price tag lets on.
TCL's 55FS4610R is a big-screen bargain and a cinch to use with Roku's smart TV interface. Image quality is good for all but videophiles.
The Tablo requires considerable effort and equipment to enable HDTV recording. Cord cutters should look elsewhere.
The low price and smart-TV features offered by Panasonic's TC-50AS530U make it a good choice for big-screen viewing, but it's not the best performer.
With top-shelf picture performance and sound for everything from sci-fi blockbusters to quiet dramas, the Sony 50W800B will please movie fans.
The Hisense Roku TV is the first intuitive smart TV. With nearly limitless content options and solid image quality, this model is a bargain.
The Toshiba 32L2400U is near the top for image quality among 32-inch TVs, but it lacks some key features.
The 32-inch Samsung UN32H5500 delivers sharp, 1080p video and has useful smart TV features. But it'll cost you.
Despite sometimes-stellar 720p picture quality, this Sony set just can't compete with better-equipped 1080p models in the same price range.
The Vizio M322i-B1 is a 32-inch TV that delivers a great picture, top-notch remote and an intuitive smart TV interface for an affordable price.
This bargain-basement–priced set may be tempting, but as with most things, you get what you pay for.
The Sharp LC-32LE451U is capable of a very good picture if you tweak some settings, but you can do better.
With several 1080p models offering smart TV capability and better performance near the same price, the TC-32A400U is not worthy of consideration.
The LG 32LB5600 is a stylish, 32-inch TV with a sharp and colorful picture and strong audio, but it lacks smart features.
The PlayStation isn't exactly broken, but it is compromised, semi-functional and in dire need of more content.
Vizio's S4251w-B4 delivers true 5.1 sound in the convenient form of a soundbar for an affordable price.
Microsoft's Wireless Display Adapter makes it easy to stream video from your mobile device to the big screen and delivers excellent video quality.
While it has a new focus on the in-home experience, SlingTV’s remote-viewing capabilities remain as strong as ever.
The Sono Playbar soundbar fills your room with rich sound, whether from movies or music--if you're willing to pay a premium for the experience.