It used to be that you had to choose between installing a projector in your house or settling for a smaller screen. Not so with the Mitsubishi 92-inch 3D Home Cinema TV ($6,000). Powered by DLP technology, this gargantuan screen features a built-in 3D emitter, four HDMI inputs, Bluetooth for audio streaming, multiple speakers, rear speaker and subwoofer outputs, the Jade user interface, and a 120Hz sub-frame refresh rate.
Another year, another top-of-the-line Sony TV. The Sony Bravia XBR-HX929 HDTV ($TBA) is the new company's new flagship set, featuring 1080p resolution, a local dimming LED backlight system, MotionFlow XR 960 for clearer, sharper images, Sony's Monolithic Design with a Gorilla Glass front, built-in 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bravia Internet features like Skype, Netflix, and Hulu Plus, rear two-way IR inputs for advanced installations, built-in 3D capability — glasses not included — and a price tag that will surely put your neighbor's Vizio to shame.
Growing up to 65-inches wide, the Samsung D8000 LED TV ($TBA) apparently doesn't leave much room for a bezel (which is a very good thing). The barely-there brushed metal bezel is a slim 0.2-inches wide, and frames an HD LED screen that displays beautiful 2D and 3D video with a 240Hz refresh rate. The D8000 series also sports Micro Dimming Plus technologies for deep blacks and pure whites, built-in Wi-Fi, an improved Quad Stand, and comes with Samsung's Touch Control, which can stream TV shows to its built-in 3-inch LCD screen.