Samsung's 4K Ultra HD TVs offer four times the detail of 1080p TVs. Plus, Samsung made sure that their video processing, connections, and LED backlight are equally state-of-the-art. And they made 4K upconversion a top priority so your 1080p sources will look better than ever.
Samsung's 55" KN55S9C OLED TV is a beautiful blend of technology and art. OLED is a truly new screen technology - it's not based on LCD or plasma, and has major advantages over both.
One look and you can tell there's something very different about LG's 55" 55EA9800 — the world's first large-screen OLED TV. First, the screen is a lot thinner than conventional flat-panel TVs. Second, OLED images have startling color, clarity, and immediacy.
Connect the compact Evolution Kit to your compatible 2012 Samsung Smart TV and you immediately boost its processing power, adding new features and functions.
Sony's Ultra high-definition or "4K" TVs give you four times the resolution of traditional high-def TVs. That's four times the pixels, and four times the detail, that provides you with an image containing more depth and shades of color than you've probably ever seen before.
The F8500 series plasma TVs from Samsung are the finest they've ever made. In fact, at the recent Consumer Electronics Show, while OLED and 4K TVs were grabbing the headlines, the F8500 series was definitely the most talked about "real world" TV.
Sony's HX750-series TVs look great right out of the box, but our senior editor and TV guru Steve shows us the simple changes he makes to get an even better picture from a new high-def set.
More and more HDTVs can access online content. Learn what you need to get connected, as well as what you can expect from today's Internet-ready Smart TVs.
Experience stunning 3D images with Samsung's Internet-ready C8000 plasma HDTVs.
Learn about the differences between fluorescent and LED backlighting in LCD HDTVs, including LED's improvements in color and black levels.
Learn about contrast ratio — what it means for a TV's picture quality, and how to use contrast ratio numbers when comparing TVs.
720p, 1080i, 1080p — HDTV resolution can seem like a confusing numbers game. Find out what the numbers mean for your HDTV and high-def video sources.
Confused by HDTV specs and lingo? Get a grip on the key features to consider when choosing an HDTV, including screen size, TV type, resolution, and contrast ratio.
LCD and plasma are the two most popular TV technologies. Learn about the pros and cons of each so you can decide which one's best for you.
In this short video, we'll share some simple pointers to help you figure out the optimum screen size for your room.