Don't-Miss Display Stories
The VT420M is one of Vizio's more expensive 42-inch, 1080p, 120Hz LCD HDTVs, but it's still a moderately priced set for its class.
The Vizit digital photo frame by Isabella makes uploading and sending pictures a snap, but the high price tag and uninspired design are big turn-offs.
The Sony Bravia KDL-52XBR9 52-inch HDTV presents clear, well-balanced images, and it also offers an astonishingly large selection of Internet-video options.
This stylish, modern-looking, burgundy-bordered frame boasts a rechargeable battery.
Samsung's PN50B650 isn't just a capable HDTV; its ethernet connection turns it into a multimedia machine.
The PF730 is not only a digital photo frame, but also a video player, an alarm clock, a calendar, and an MP3 player.
In its warm brown wooden frame, Kodak's EasyShare D830 digital picture frame easily blends in with any other frames arranged on your desk or coffee table.
Projector's low brightness is best suited for small groups.
This well-rounded display showed nice image quality in our tests, and includes a handy auto-adjust button that controls brightness in dim conditions.
This reasonably priced LCD makes up for its no-frills feature set with solid image quality.
LCD lacks extra features, but delivers solid image quality.
The Vizio SV420M 42-inch HDTV offers lots of customization options and average video quality, at a midrange price.
A 720p plasma HDTV, the low-cost 42-inch Panasonic TC-P42X1 provides problematic images and underpowered sound.