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  • LG OLED65C1PUB Smart TVLG OLED65C1PUB Smart TV

    LG OLED65C1PUB Review: 65″ 4K Smart OLED TV

    Electronics

    The LG OLED65C1PUB OLED TV has one of the greatest images we’ve seen, with virtually perfect movie color. It also has AMD FreeSync and Nvidia G-Sync, making it an excellent high-end gaming option.

  • Samsung Q80BA Smart TVSamsung Q80BA Smart TV

    Samsung Q80BA Smart TV Review

    Electronics

    HDR (High-Dynamic Range): Quantum HDR 8x
    Resolution: 3,840 x 2,160
    Color: 100% Colour Volume with Quantum Dot
    Adaptive Picture: Optimized/EyeComfort
    Micro Dimming: Supreme UHD Dimming
    LED Clear Motion: LED Clear Motion
    Motion Technology: Motion Xcelerator Turbo
    Picture Engine: Quantum Processor 4K

  • Hisense 70A6H Smart TVHisense 70A6H Smart TV

    Hisense 70A6H Review: A6 Series 70″ 4K Smart TV

    Everything Else

    Hisense 70A6H Smart TV comes with Dolby Vision HDR and HDR10 technology. Dolby Vision, an innovative visual technology, brings the characters to life with deeper darks, brighter brights, and an unrivaled color spectrum. The Hisense A6 series also has DTS Virtual:X audio technology and Chromecast for enhanced audio and video casting.

  • Hisense 55U8H Smart TVHisense 55U8H Smart TV

    Hisense 55U8H Review: U8H QLED Series 4K Smart TV

    Electronics

    The Hisense 55U8H is a 4K LED-backlit LCD TV with a refresh rate of 120Hz. It features HDR10, HDR10+, Dolby Vision, and hybrid log gamma high dynamic range (HDR) video (HLG). This smart TV also includes an ATSC 3.0 tuner.

  • Hisense 55U7G Smart TVHisense 55U7G Smart TV

    Hisense 55U7G Review: U7G Series 4K Smart TV

    Everything Else

    The Hisense U7G series of TVs does not fall into the same price range as its predecessor, but it still provides outstanding performance and a plethora of features at a fair price. The 55U7G features exclusive ULED technology which  improve color, contrast, brightness, motion, and so forth.

  • LG 43UQ9000PUD UQ9000 Smart TVLG 43UQ9000PUD UQ9000 Smart TV

    LG 43UQ9000PUD UQ9000 Series Smart TV Review

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    Real 4K Display w/ 4K UHD Resolution
    α5 Gen 5 AI Processor 4K: 4K upscaling & AI Sound Pro
    Active HDR (HDR10, HLG), Dynamic Tone Mapping, FILMMAKER MODE
    webOS 22 w/ Magic Remote
    LG Channels: Free access to programming on over 300+ LG Channels
    Game Optimizer & Dashboard UHD: ALLM, HGiG
    Google Assistant and Alexa Built-In

  • Hisense 43R6G Smart TVHisense 43R6G Smart TV

    Hisense 43R6G R6 Series Smart TV Review

    Everything Else

    Your Hisense 43R6G Smart TV will be transformed into an entertainment powerhouse when you add Dolby Vision HDR and HDR10 to it. You’ll be able to see, hear, and feel things more realistically than ever before thanks to the picture technology that was previously only available in movie theaters but is now now available in homes.

  • SAMSUNG QN32LS03BBFXZA Class QLED LS03B Series The Frame Quantum HDR Smart TVSAMSUNG QN32LS03BBFXZA Class QLED LS03B Series The Frame Quantum HDR Smart TV

    Samsung QN32LS03BBFXZA Smart TV Review

    Electronics

    The Frame is a decent TV for most applications. It provides superb visual quality for the majority of material and a fantastic gaming experience because to its reduced input latency and VRR compatibility. Its high contrast ratio makes it an excellent choice for viewing in low-light environments, and it becomes bright enough to combat glare.

  • Sony XR55A80K Smart TVSony XR55A80K Smart TV

    Sony XR55A80K Review: A80K 55″ 4K OLED Smart TV

    Electronics

    Experience the majesty of OLED contrast with its clean blacks and brightness that is true to life. The XR OLED Contrast Pro technology, which is driven by the XR Cognitive Processor, analyzes and improves the image in the same way that the human eye concentrates for immersive depth and realism. The end result is shadows that are very detailed, and peak highlights that are sharp and clean. No more details being buried in the shadows or getting lost in the overexposed highlights.