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Thin is in when it comes to television sets and unless you are talking about OLED technology, LED HDTVs are the most thin, most unique and lowest power consumption sets on the market today. While some videophiles like the black levels of plasma HDTVs better - everyone can agree the ultra-thin form factor of LED high definition televisions are amazing to view. Today's frameless LED HDTVs have gotten a lot of hype for their total lack of an exterior frame on an HDTV that is close to 1/2 an inch thick. For news about all things LED HDTV - read this home theater news archive. For a full archive of reviews of LED and LCD HDTV sets from the likes of Samsung, Sharp, Sony, Vizio and many other brands read HomeTheaterReview.com's review archive.

Samsung Shows Off QLED TV Line

Samsung Shows Off QLED TV Line

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At CES 2017, Samsung debuted its new premium TV line, the QLED Series (the SUHD moniker is no more). The "Q" stands for quantum dots, a technology that Samsung has used for the past couple of years to produce a... Read More

 
Sony Revisits OLED with New UHD TV Line

Sony Revisits OLED with New UHD TV Line

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Sony's big news at CES was the return of OLED technology to the TV line. The company announced a new 4K OLED series, coming soon in screen sizes of 77, 65, and 55 inches. Sony will also introduce new 4K... Read More

 
Would You Buy a Kenmore Branded TV?

Would You Buy a Kenmore Branded TV?

By Jeff Berman

 

Sears has introduced its own Kenmore-branded line of HD and UHD televisions, but will consumers embrace it? Jeff Berman discusses why retailers like Sears, Best Buy, and Amazon chose to introduce their own brands to an already-crowded market. Read More

 
TCL to Build World's Largest LCD Panel Factory in China

TCL to Build World's Largest LCD Panel Factory in China

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TCL has announced that its subsidiary China Star Optoelectronics Technology Co. (CSOT) will soon begin building a new Gen 11 LCD panel factory in Shenzhen, China. TCL says the new plant will be the world's largest LCD panel factory, and... Read More

 
Peerless-AV Introduces New Line of Outdoor TVs

Peerless-AV Introduces New Line of Outdoor TVs

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Peerless-AV's new UltraView line of outdoor, weatherproof TVs includes screen sizes of 49, 55, and 65 inches. All three models are LED-backlit LCD TVs with a 1080p resolution. Each TV comes with an IP68-rated waterproof, dustproof universal remote that can... Read More

 
Overall TV Shipments Decline in 2015, But 4K Looks Strong

Overall TV Shipments Decline in 2015, But 4K Looks Strong

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According to industry analyst IHS, global TV shipments fell four percent in 2015, to 226 million units. The fourth quarter saw growth in some markets, though: North American TV shipments rose two percent, and TV shipments in China rose 12... Read More

 
Sony Announces Pricing/Availability for 2016 UHD TVs

Sony Announces Pricing/Availability for 2016 UHD TVs

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Sony has announced pricing and availability for its 2016 UHD TVs. The new X850D, X930D, and X940D models (seven TVs in all, sized from 55 to 85 inches) are available for preorder now through authorized sellers and will be available... Read More

 
VIZIO Rolls Out New Entry-Level D Series TV Line

VIZIO Rolls Out New Entry-Level D Series TV Line

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VIZIO has officially rolled out its newest entry-level TV line, the D Series, first announced back in December. The line includes screen sizes from 24 to 70 inches. All models except the 24-incher utilize a full-array LED backlight with 16... Read More

 
Like It or Not, Curved TVs Aren't Going Away Anytime Soon

Like It or Not, Curved TVs Aren't Going Away Anytime Soon

By Jeff Berman

 

People certainly have strong opinions about curved TVs. Jeff Berman discusses the state of the curved TV market and asks a few industry experts what they think about the curved form factor. Read More

 
Hisense to Add HDR, Quantum Dot Technologies to 2016 UHD TVs

Hisense to Add HDR, Quantum Dot Technologies to 2016 UHD TVs

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Hisense plans to introduce a total of 22 TVs to the U.S. market in 2016, including 720p, 1080p, and UHD models. All of Hisense's 2016 UHD TVs (eight models total) will support High Dynamic Range, and screen sizes will range... Read More