Editors' Choice

We review hundreds of products in a wide range of categories each year. Here's the best of the best in tvs.

LG C9 OLED 4K HDR TV Review

LG’s C9 OLED carries forward a legacy of excellence, this time providing a little bit more than the usual incremental improvements with new features like HDMI 2.1 and a refined user interface. See Full Review »

Our Score 9

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Toshiba 55SL417U Review

  • Excellent picture and response time
  • Thin, attractive bezel
  • Built-in Wi-Fi, Ethernet
  • Full suite of Internet apps and widgets
  • Very poor sound quality
  • Media player slow to load content
  • Slow user interface
  • No backlighting in remote
Our Score 7.5

Sharp Aquos Quattron LC-70LE732U Review

  • Largest consumer LCD available
  • Vibrant Quattron X-gen panel, LED backlighting
  • Built-in Netflix, Vudu, Napster, other apps
  • Clean, intuitive menu system and remote
  • Surprisingly affordable for its size
  • Better-than-average sound
  • Interactive apps feel sluggish, limited selection
  • Some “blotches” visible with solid colors…
  • Screen lag outside gaming mode
  • Basic remote with no backlight
Our Score 7.5

LG 47LW5600 Review

  • Affordable entry for 3D HDTV
  • Four pairs of glasses supplied
  • 3D effects better than expected
  • Wi-Fi ready, adapter included
  • Decent backlit remote
  • 3D effects not as distinct as high-end competitors…
  • Pricier sets have better 2D picture quality
  • Confusing consumer-unfriendly manuals
Our Score 8.5

LG 55LW5600 Review

  • Affordable entry for 3D HDTV
  • Four pairs of glasses supplied
  • 3D effects better than expected
  • Wi-Fi ready, adapter included
  • Decent backlit remote
  • 3D effects not as distinct as high-end competitors…
  • Pricier sets have better 2D picture quality
  • Confusing consumer-unfriendly manuals
Our Score 8.5

Sharp Aquos Quattron LC-60LE835U Review

  • Vivid 60-inch screen
  • Improved 3D effects, brightness
  • Built-in Wi-Fi
  • Better selection of apps
  • Expensive
  • Still not as black as plasma
  • Must pay for 3D glasses
  • No SD card slot
Our Score 8.5

Sony NSX-46GT1 Review

  • Complete Google TV integration into every aspect…
  • Image quality exceeds spec expectations
  • Modern edge-to-edge glass design
  • Smart, capable controller
  • Reasonably priced
  • Google TV remains under construction
  • Steep learning curve for controller
  • Wobbly stand
Our Score 7.5

Sony NSX-32GT1 Review

  • Complete Google TV integration into every aspect…
  • Image quality exceeds spec expectations
  • Modern edge-to-edge glass design
  • Smart, capable controller
  • Reasonably priced
  • Google TV remains under construction
  • Steep learning curve for controller
  • Wobbly stand
Our Score 7.5

Sony NSX-40GT1 Review

  • Complete Google TV integration into every aspect…
  • Image quality exceeds spec expectations
  • Modern edge-to-edge glass design
  • Smart, capable controller
  • Reasonably priced
  • Google TV remains under construction
  • Steep learning curve for controller
  • Wobbly stand
Our Score 7.5