CES isn’t CES without new TVs, and thank goodness, TV manufacturers didn’t disappoint us last week at Las Vegas. Here are 5 awesome 4K TVs to look forward to this year. It's time to save up!
Panasonic also says the TV has double the brightness of regular OLED panels and covers "virtually the entire spectrum of colors" of DCI-P3.
Samsung unveiled the QLED series, its latest range of flagship TVs for 2017. The QLED series offers up improvements in brightness and color accuracy, thanks to the use of a new metal quantum dot material.
Hisense has unveiled a strong lineup of new TVs at CES 2017. And leading the charge is the H10D quantum dot series, along with its 4K Laser Cast TV, which is in fact a 4K HDR laser projector. And they all have an enticing price.
TCL has announced its newest 4K HDR Roku TVs at CES 2017. Coming under the company's C, P, and S series, these new TVs all have a heavy focus on image quality, with the C and P series supporting both HDR10 and Dolby Vision HDR formats.
Intel unveiled a credit card sized compute platform at CES 2017 that could revolutionize the way compute and connectivity can be integrated to almost anything in the near future.
NVIDIA has introduced a new Shield Android TV box. Apart from being a 4K media streamer, it is also poised to become an AI hub for future smart homes. NVIDIA is also bring high-performance gaming to PC and Mac users who don't have high-end systems through the GeForce Now cloud-based service.
It’s no longer a rumor: Sony has officially announced its first Bravia 4K OLED TV at CES 2017.
Available in 77 and 65-inch screen sizes, the Signature OLED W7 has two distinct parts: the main display and a Dolby Atmos soundbar that also houses the brains of the TV.
LG's newest SJ9500, SJ8500, and SJ8000 4K UHD TVs have a new trick up their sleeves: Nano Cell. More info after the jump.