Smartphones, large TVs, ultraportable hybrids and other new gadgets make their debut, but getting on board with some of these new trends comes at a cost.
Sony has announced a monstrous new TV with a pixel count four times that of existing HDTVs.
The 4K format is already in use in the movie industry and many 4K projectors can be found at movie theaters.
The LG 55LM6700 offers a huge screen, great streaming options, and a revolutionary remote control. However, picture quality is disappointing, and the remote has major shortcomings.
The easy-to-use Samsung UN46ES6500 offers an excellent selection of streaming content for a reasonable price, but we found the TV's image quality disappointing.
The 47-inch M3D470KD offers impressive images, streaming options, and a remote with a keyboard, all for a low $900 street price. Vizio cut corners in the speakers and multimedia offerings, which may not matter much.
A new 1080p HDTV will cost you anywhere from $500 to $11,000. In some cases, spending extra cash will go towards obvious differences. In other cases, you'll be paying for features you may not need.