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This new service can install a TV antenna on your roof on the same day you decide to cut the cable cord.
The absence of a battery leaves the thumpy Fender Monterey Bluetooth speaker reliant on AC power.
Smart TVs used to be consistently worse than dedicated streaming players. Not anymore.
The HDHomeRun Connect Duo+ could be an alternative to Tablo if your storage needs are minimal.
The first soundbar with DTS Virtual:X technology is impressive, but it's not perfect.
An IPX7 weatherization rating means this speaker can survive a dip in the pool, but it's audio performance left us wanting.
Designed to for use with the Xbox One and Windows PCs, the Link can stream high-res audio to wireless self-powered speakers.
Nvidia sneaks into the TV business with its Shield-powered Big Format Gaming Displays.
The car charger, which is typically priced around $12, is available for $9 right now on Amazon, where it averages 4.7 out of 5 stars from over 500 customers.
If Creative's Super X-Fi Headphone Audio Holography is as good when it ships as what the company is demoing at CES, it will forever change your perception of headphones.
Creative Labs' new Super X-Fi technology can make a pair of headphones rival a Dolby Atmos 5.1.2 system.
Panasonic announced at CES 2018 that its new OLEDs would be the first in the industry to support the HDR10+ standard, the open alternative to Dolby Vision.
Sonos Play:1 is highly rated on Amazon, where its typical list price of $200 has been reduced 31% to $138, for a limited time.
You won't see Dolby Vision or quantum dots at this price point, but you will at least get HDR.
Both its 5000- and 6000-series smart TVs will deliver wide color gamut and Dolby Vision HDR. The 6000 series gets built-in Roku.
Samsung and LG are both talking about 8K at this week's CES, but don't get too excited just yet.