TCL is a huge player in the budget TV landscape. Although the company manufactures a few sets running Android, most of its offerings use Roku's software for all of your built-in entertainment needs. Back at CES, TCL promised to sell its first Google TV sometime in 2021, and with today's announcement, it's making good on that pledge. Read More
TVs are a gateway to many worlds these days. From watching big budget flicks to DIY YouTube videos, having a capable television is key to getting a top-notch entertainment experience. TCL's 8 Series sets offer premium features like Dolby Vision HDR and built-in Roku capabilities, and now Best Buy is offering 50% off both the 65" and 75" models, with prices starting at $1,000. Read More
If you don't have the extra cash to throw at some of the more expensive 4K TVs we've covered this week, there are still plenty of wallet-friendly options ripe for the taking. Today only, you can pick up a brand new 65" Hisense H6500F Series Android TV for just $349.99 ($150 off) at Best Buy. Read More
While 4K televisions have started to become the viewing standard of households everywhere, these gorgeous windows into infinite entertainment aren't created equal. You'll need plenty of cash if you want a premium visual experience, the latest audio technology, and a huge display — that is, unless you find a great deal. Today, you can pick up a TCL 8 Series Smart TV 65" for $1,599.99 ($400 off) or 75" for $2,599.99 ($400 off) at Best Buy. Read More
Google Assistant is currently baked into LG's 2018 ThinQ AI TV lineup and all generations of the DISH Hopper DVR set-top box. This means owners of these devices with Assistant built in can command their TV, call up information, manage tasks, control smart home devices, and more with the power of their voice. However, this also means you're granting Google and the device manufacturer access to some of your personal information. If you don't reckon that to be a worthwhile trade-off, there's a simple way to shut off access to this information on non-Android TV devices. Read More
In the TV segment, LG has a great leg up Samsung's. Its OLED TVs have been praised for many years for their excellent displays and beautiful colors. Now LG is taking another step toward improving its product lineup by introducing ThinQ AI. ThinQ has been the company's smart home brand for a few years already, starting with the SmartThinQ Hub and ending recently with the announcement of the ThinQ speaker with Google Assistant.
But let's start with the visual aspects first. The 2018 lineup of OLED TVs from LG will use a new α (Alpha) 9 processor which promises richer colors, better sharpness, and more realism, whereas the 2018 portfolio of SUPER UHD TVs will have Nano Cell Full-Array Local Dimming for deeper blacks, better shadows, and an image quality that tries to push even closer to OLED. Read More