Black Friday TV sales are now live at stores like Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart. Here are the best Black Friday TV deals available now on 11/27.
You don't have to pay a fortune to get a smart TV with a 4K screen and plenty of apps. These are the best budget TVs you can buy.
Google's new Chromecast is finally a genuine competitor to streaming sticks from Amazon and Roku with its built-in app support and voice remote
The new Chromecast with Google TV offers a sizable upgrade over previous models. Here's our full review.
LG's new NanoCell 4K TV is a solid living room display, but it can't quite match the bright HDR performance of its more affordable competitors
The LG NanoCell 90 4K TV offers wide viewing angles and great digital assistant support, but HDR brightness is lacking. Here's our full review.
Vizio's first OLED 4K TV is now available for purchase with prices starting at $1,300 — here's where you can buy them
Vizio's latest home entertainment lineup includes the company's first OLED TV, bright Quantum Series 4K TVs, and a rotating Dolby Atmos soundbar.
The Fourth of July is just a few days away, and retailers are offering some big deals on TVs to help mark the holiday.
I've reviewed a few Hisense TVs in the past, but the company's latest $699 Quantum Series display is the first that I can wholeheartedly recommend without reservations
Hisense's H8G 4K TV features several advanced features, like local dimming and quantum dots, for a very competitive price. Here's our full review.
Amazon has announced an updated 4K version of its $50 Fire TV Stick as well as a new $30 Alexa Voice Remote that includes power and volume buttons. They're both available to pre-order now and will begin to ship on October 31.
TCL, LG, and Vizio have all proven you don't need to spend more than $500 on a new TV with 4K resolution and support HDR. One has a Roku built in, and another can be controlled with an Amazon Echo or Google Home.
TVs that are this good and have as many features usually cost $1,000 or more.