Sony Bravia KDL-32M4000 Video
With a full suite of interactive features as well as solid picture quality, the Sony KDL-W5100 series might be worth the higher price to streaming video fans.
As the first large-screen edge-lit LED-based LCD, Sony's KLV-40ZX1M looks stunning turned off, but it falls short when powered up.
At CES 2007, we take a look at the Sony Bravia Internet Video Link, a device that streams Web video to your high-definition television.
Sony's midrange edge-lit LED-based LCD is nothing special from an image quality standpoint, but its Internet video and eco-friendliness will attract a lot of buyers.
The 52-inch Sony KDL-52XBR6 LCD is a bit too expensive for the level of picture quality it delivers, but its styling and best-in-class black levels help its case.
The Sony KDL-EX500 LCD TV incorporates respectable image quality with essential features at a wallet-friendly price.
The 240Hz Sony KDL-52XBR7 breaks new refresh rate ground, but for most buyers the extra Hz won't be worth the high price.
Although its black levels challenge the best ever, some other picture-related aspects of the Sony XBR-HX909 series don't live up to the high price.
For under $350, you can buy this 32-inch Samsung. It's pretty light on features, but the Samsung EH4000 does include a 60Hz smoothing mode and a USB port for viewing movie files.
Though not the most attractive mobile, the Sony Ericsson Z500a has plenty of features to entertain. It's a solid performer, too.