The Hisense U6G is Hisense’s latest budget TV option, offering full array local dimming and Dolby Vision support. But does it beat the competition?
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Samsung’s premium-priced mid-range QLED barely puts a pedestal wrong, offering vibrant HDR, a forward facing feature set and HD upscaling to die for.
Review The TCL 5-Series (S535) is one of the cheapest QLED TVs on the market, but its lack of brightness and finesse keep it from outcompeting higher-end screens.
For a high-end 8K TV, the Q900TS is a great buy if you don’t want to splash out on the Q950TS, but are looking for largely the same specifications.
REVIEW The compromises Samsung has made to ensure its MiniLED technology is a more affordable proposition are hardly visible, and the QN85A is a very accomplished television.
After years of mild tinkering, LG has finally introduced a significant hardware upgrade to its OLED TVs. But was it worth the wait?
Barring a few minor issues, the LG C1 OLED is definitively one of the best TVs we’re going to see in 2021.
The 2020 Vizio P-Series suffers from issues around HDMI standards and lackluster audio, but offers some the best image quality for a TV in this price range.
It’s not totally flawless, but the TCL 6-Series with Mini LED is everything you could possibly expect from a $650 4K TV in 2020.
The LG Nano 81 is the cheapest entry in the company’s 2020 Nano Cell lineup, but you’re getting what you pay for.