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Yesterday Vision Retro Console

Yesterday Vision Retro Console
$2799+  Buy Comment

Love Hulten’s Yesterday Vision is an HDMI monitor with an enclosure that looks like it was made in the 1960s or 1970s. It has a built-in Raspberry Pi that’s loaded with a retro video game emulator. By default, it comes with a 19″ 1280×1024 display, but you can commission larger builds.

Eyes-on: 2018 Vizio M-Series 65″ TV

Eyes-on: 2018 Vizio M-Series 65″ TV

Vizio’s latest M-Series displays offer a crystal clear 4K image, fantastic contrast, brilliant colors with HDR and Dolby Vision, and the latest in smart TV streaming features, including built-in Chromecast support. Read on for our full review.

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Vizio P-Series Quantum Smart TV

Vizio P-Series Quantum Smart TV
$2200  Buy Link Comment

The pinnacle of performance from one of the best TV makers out there – the new Vizio P-Series Quantum offers 4K and Dolby Vision HDR, quantum dot tech, 192 local dimming zones, and brightness output up to 2000 nits, making it the most vibrant display Vizio has ever made.

Aftermaster Pro for TV

Aftermaster Pro for TV
$179  Buy Link Comment

The Aftermaster Pro is a small gadget that will enhance your TV’s sound, especially if you’re using its built-in speakers. It automatically increases the volume and depth and clarifies dialogue. Simply plug it in between your source and your TV and you’re good to go.

Sony XBR-A1E OLED 4K TV

Sony XBR-A1E OLED 4K TV

It’s not as thin as LG’s wallpaper TV, but Sony’s upcoming A1E is a sight to behold as well. It’s also rocking an OLED display for excellent blacks and viewing angles. It has a kickstand that also houses its guts, keeping the display itself thin and nearly borderless.

LG W Series OLED 4K TV

LG W Series OLED 4K TV
$8000  Buy Link Comment

LG’s new “wallpaper” TV gets its moniker from the fact that its OLED panel is just 0.1″ thick – it’s so thin it can only be wall-mounted. All of its ports and other electronics are integrated into a Dolby Atmos 4.2 soundbar, connected by a skinny ribbon cable. Available in 65″ or 75″.

Samsung Modular Display Concept

Samsung Modular Display Concept

Samsung made a series of small borderless displays that can form a larger display. One of the technology’s practical applications is the Transformable TV, which can physically switch between two aspect ratios. Skip to 1:27.

LG 4K OLED TVs w/HDR

LG 4K OLED TVs w/HDR

The latest displays from LG not only offer the bright colors, inky blacks, and slim profile OLED tech is known for, but these sets support the “next big thing” – high dynamic range capability – where contrast between the brightest and darkest areas is unlike anything you’ve seen.

Samsung Serif TV

Samsung Serif TV

Designed by Studio Bouroullec, the Serif bucks the trend of increasingly thin televisions. It was made to look solid and utilitarian, like a classic piece of furniture. It will be available in select European countries in 24″, 32″ and 40″ sizes.

Philips AmbiLux UHD TV

Philips AmbiLux UHD TV

Philips improves its Ambilight technology with AmbiLux HDTVs. Starting with a 65″ model, these AmbiLux sets each have nine tiny projectors at the back that extend not just the color but also the general motion and shapes of objects on-screen.

Vizio 2015 M-Series UHD Displays

Vizio 2015 M-Series UHD Displays
$600 to $4000  Buy Comment

Vizio aims to truly bust open the 4K market with this new line of well-priced sets with excellent image quality. Each features full-array LED local dimming, and Vizio’s powerful upscaling tech for non-4K content. In 43″ to 80″ sizes.

Samsung 105″ UHD S9 Smart TV

Samsung 105″ UHD S9 Smart TV
$119,999  Buy Comment

The ultimate large-format television costs more than a loaded Jaguar F-Type, but it offers a massive 105″ diagonal curved screen and offers truly cinematic 4K resolution and amazing contrast thanks to UHD local dimming.

Titan Zeus 4K TV

Titan Zeus 4K TV
~$1.7 million  Buy Comment

Available in sizes from 173″ up to a mind- and budget- shattering 370″ diagonal (that’s 26×16 feet), Titan’s Zeus 4K displays are designed for multi-millionaires with deep pockets and even bigger walls. Also available for outdoor use.

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Seed

Seed

Fluffy Spider Technologies has developed this slick library of user interface components for browsing home media and program guides on TVs, set-top boxes and other consumer electronic devices.

Sony Crystal LED TV

Sony Crystal LED TV

Probably the coolest thing we saw at CES 2012, it uses over 6.2 million tiny LEDs, providing the smoothest, brightest, most colorful images we’ve ever seen. Too bad it’s just a prototype – for now.

LG 55-Inch OLED TV

LG 55-Inch OLED TV

One of the eye-popping products to be shown at CES 2012, LG claims that their 55″ OLED television will have “the most natural colors on any TV set.” It’s only 0.16″ thick and weighs only 16.5lbs.

Toshiba Naked-Eye 3D TV

Toshiba Naked-Eye 3D TV

Toshiba’s REGZA 55X3 offers 55 inches of 3D TV without glasses. 2D content plays at a native 3840×2160 resolution. Bad news? Japan only so far, priced around $11,500, and 3D is only 720p.

Sony HMZ-T1 OLED Goggles

Sony HMZ-T1 OLED Goggles

Sony promises a virtual screen size of over 750 inches with their 720p HD OLED head-mounted display, capable of showing movies and games in 3D, as well as 5.1 surround sound.

Loewe MCZ Scenario

Loewe MCZ Scenario

Combining a flat-screen HDTV with a gas or wood-burning fireplace, Loewe’s MCZ Scenario definitely makes an impression. For Europe only at this point – everyone else just go with this instead.

Samsung D Series LED TV

Samsung D Series LED TV

Samsung’s designers have nearly eliminated all traces of bezel on their latest LED/LCD televisions, dropping it down to a mere 0.2″. We’ve seen ’em up close, and they’re nothing short of stunning.

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BeoVision 10 – 46″

BeoVision 10 – 46″

Bang & Olufsen have upsized their super-slim aluminum and glass BeoVision 10 LCD television with the largest model now topping out at 46-inches – perfect for hanging alongside your Picasso.

Samsung UN55C7000 3D HDTV

Samsung UN55C7000 3D HDTV
$3000  Buy Comment

If you’re ready to jump on the 3D HDTV bandwagon, look no further than Samsung’s UN55C7000 HDTV, which cranks out bright 3D images in a svelte 1.1-inch thick package.

Sony Bravia NX800 HDTV

Sony Bravia NX800 HDTV
$2,800+  Buy Comment

We’re a bit past 2001, but Sony’s Bravia NX800 evolves your home theater with 1080p HD, 240Hz refresh rate, WiFi, and a monolithic pedestal that tilts the 46″-60″ HDTV 6 degrees.

Sony/Panasonic 3D TVs

Sony/Panasonic 3D TVs

It may be gimmicky, but 3D arrives in home theaters this year via Sony and Panasonic, with both releasing 3D-capable TVs which will require special glasses; also: DIRECTV HD 3D.

Epic HDTV Guide

Epic HDTV Guide

Gliffy.com outdoes itself with the Epic HDTV Buyer’s Guide, which covers everything from its primary use (gaming woot!), size (the bigger the better), and brands (just buy a TV already!).

Remote Control Wand

Remote Control Wand
~$84   Buy Comment

You can’t Wingardium Leviosa your TV with it, but The Wand Company’s Remote Control Wand can be programmed to change channels and the volume with “magical” gestures.

B&O BeoVision 4-103

B&O BeoVision 4-103
$137,000  Buy Comment

The craziest thing about Bang & Olufsen’s BeoVision 4-103 isn’t the 103″ Panasonic screen, the motorized stand or its half-ton weight; it’s the fact it costs as much as a freakin’ supercar.

Inflatable Projection Screen

Inflatable Projection Screen
$999  Buy Comment

You’ll need to tether it, but Open Air Cinema’s inflatable projection screen delivers a glorious 220″ of widescreen nirvana; add some helium and the whole neighborhood can watch.

Mitsu 65″ LaserVue

Mitsu 65″ LaserVue
$6,999  Buy Comment

Get me a frickin’ laser beam: Mitsubishi’s 65″ LaserVue HDTV is hitting retailers now; it sports 120Hz tech and a 1080p DLP display at roughly half the power of an LCD or plasma.

Pinel & Pinel I-Trunk

Pinel & Pinel I-Trunk

Luxury trunk designer Pinel & Pinel’s Movie Trunk is a cinemaphile’s dream, and includes a 26″ TV screen, DVD/CD player and a 1300 watt Bang & Olufsen sound system.

Pinnacle Video Transfer

Pinnacle Video Transfer
$100  Buy Comment

Pinnacle’s Video Transfer gadget isn’t glamorous, but it is useful: it’ll easily pull video and audio off virtually any device in MPEG-4/H.264 and transfer it via USB to your PC or iPod.

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