If you’re looking for a new set that will blow your friends away, this one will just about do it. The 84LM9600 gives you a resolution of 3,840 by 2,160 – the same as most digital movie theaters. It’s also massive, at 84 inches diagonally. There’s no missing this one.
Every once in a while, Samsung releases something very cool for its home country of Korea – something we don't get in the States. The latest is a massive 75" ES9000 Smart TV with LED backlighting and all the things you'd expect from a high-end Samsung set.
If you want a big screen you've typically had to stick with projectors or DLP, but Sharp's LC-90LE745U changes all that. The new Aquos set takes LED backlit displays to a whole new level, by taking the size up to a massive 90 inches. And if that wasn't impressive enough, Sharp packs 3D and smart TV functionality.
The long awaited 55" OLED set from LG now has a price, or at least a price estimate. LG says to expect it to fall somewhere in the area of $10,000 when its available later on this year. You'll notice a few new things since CES too, including a carbon fiber backing that allowed LG to trim another millimeter off of the already svelte frame.
It's been a little while since we've heard anything new out of the Google TV camp, but LG is putting quite a bit of investment into the platform. The company's new Cinema 3D – for clarity's sake, that means passive – Google TVs are about to hit the market and they're looking incredibly appealing.