CNET, the granddaddy of all tech sites, has named its 10 hottest new products at this week’s Consumer Electronics Show.
And the list includes some TV-related products including LG’s ultra-thin W Series 4K OLED TVs. David Katzmaier, the site’s chief display reviewer, says the LG set will not only offer a design so thin that you can hang it flat on the wall, the company promises it will deliver the same picture quality as previous model LG OLED sets. (And that means the picture will be peerless.)
CNET notes that the W Series will ship this March in 65-inch and 77-inch models. Prices will be revealed later.
The other new TV-related product on CNET’s list is the Nvidia Shield streaming device which is now available for pre-ordering.
You can pre-order the Nvidia Shield here.
What makes this streaming device special? CNET writes that the box is compatible with YouTube’s 360 video; is smaller than previous Nvidia set-tops; offers better gaming options; 4K video; and it has Amazon Prime video, a first for Nvidia products.
To see the complete list of CNET’s hottest products from CES 2017, click here.