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The most comprehensive and simplest smart TV platform around chums-up with a quad core processor and reliable, versatile picture quality on this giant 48-incher from Samsung
Mightily impressive on almost all counts, this 48-incher from Samsung nevertheless fails to completely convince on 4K; it's just not big enough.
Can this monster-sized curved LED TV from Samsung really be worth such a high price when it only has a Full HD panel?
CES 2015LG's major launch into mainstream OLED will not include this television, which not only had 4K and OLED but also flexes between curved and flat.
CES 2015LG breaks down what Quantum Dot tech is and how it helps us see 30% more color than other 4K sets.
CES 2015Samsung SUHD: You can never have too much of a good thing, right? Just don't call it quantum dot...
CES 2015The stars have aligned for Sony's latest set of televisions. But will it be enough to take on LG's OLED or Samsung's SUHD TVs?
A new 60-inch 4K TV from Sharp with a killer combination of a native Ultra HD pixel count and an aggressive price.