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Engadget Picks Best TV Products at CES 2017

Engadget, the web site for all things tech, has made its selections for the best TV-related products at this week’s Consumer Electronics Show.

The site picks Dish’s new AirTV player as the best ‘Home Theater Product.’ The AirTV player integrates content from Netflix, YouTube, Google Play, and local channels (by connecting an antenna) into the Dish-owned Sling TV interface. This will enable someone to create essentially a cord-cutter’s on-screen guide that would display programming from a variety of streaming sources as well as your local channels.

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Engadget says its Sling TV guide “neatly organizes live channels alongside Netflix, Android TV apps and whatever other networks you can receive for free with an OTA antenna.”

The player, which starts at $129, is now available at a dedicated web site.

Engadget selected the new LG ultra-thin W series 4K TV as the ‘Best TV’ of CES 2017. The set, which measures just 0.1 inches, is so thin that it can be hung flat onto a wall.  Engadget, however, also raves about the picture, saying it was the best display of any set at the show.

The site, in fact, liked the LG TV so much that it called it, ‘The Best of the Best’ at the convention.

To see more of Engadget’s technology awards for CES 2017, click here.

— Phillip Swann

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