Don't-Miss HDTV Stories
This 7-inch TV offers impressive quality for the size, but a few glaring shortcomings and a high price hold it back.
This set has a great range of viewing angles and a low price--and a few image quality issues.
The Hitachi LE46S704 has a temptingly low price and uses little electricity, but it lacks Internet capabilities and has problems with fast-paced motion.
The Sony Bravia XBR-46HX909 has excellent image quality and a lot of Internet programming; but at $3000, it doesn't come cheap.
The Panasonic Viera TC-P46G25 has a lot going for it (including a very affordable price), but the image quality just doesn’t measure up.
The Bravia 52NX800 delivers respectable audio/video quality, integrated Wi-Fi and a ton of Internet features, but suffers from annoying design issues.
This sexy television has a number of good qualities, but oversaturation, moving buildings, and a weak range of viewing angles are flaws.
Though the Vizio XVT423SV isn't the best HDTV we've seen, it's consistently above average.
The LG Infinia 47LE8500 looks good and delivers a slew of customization options, plus great Internet content--but image quality isn't great, and this HDTV is expensive.
The 42LE5500 provides few Internet applications and delivers unexceptional image quality for a price that isn't especially low.
The Vizio XVT553SV delivers solid image quality and a good collection of Internet features at an outstanding price.
The Mitsubishi LT46265 provides Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a very good picture, and excellent sound, but its high price may make you hesitate.
The Sharp Aquos LC-52LE820UN offers good image quality, above-average audio, and energy efficiency, but it has serious shortcomings, and it's pricey for its screen-size class.
This 40-inch HDTV's picture quality and surround sound are good enough to justify its current price.
The Samsung UN55C8000 delivers excellent video and audio, plus a ton of well-designed Internet and media player features--for a hefty fee.