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Philips DesignLine TV

Well, we all knew it was coming. Apparently sick of ever-thinning bezels, the designers of the Philips DesignLine TV ($TBA) decided to get rid of it altogether, building it into a frameless sheet of glass. Thanks to the unusual design, it can be leaned against a wall, stood up, or hung on the wall, but still offers features like integrated Wi-Fi, a Full HD LED panel, 3D Max, Ambilight on three sides, and SimplyShare to easily send photos and videos from iPad and iPhone to the TV. No word yet on a US release.

  • Samsung S9 UHD 4K TV

    You might not have any way to get 4K content on it, but if you're preparing for the future of TV and want a huge screen, you might want to check out the Samsung S9 UHD 4K TV ($40,000). Starting at 85 inches and going up to a massive 110, this space-age set boasts 2.2 channels of 120 watt sound, Precision Black Pro technology for outstanding color reproduction and contrast, and an up-scaling engine to make your standard HD content look better. But the real highlight is the unique frame, which suspends the panel inside an oversized, squarish frame that's sure to become the centerpiece of your living room or theater.

  • Sony Bravia 2013 4K UHD LED TVs

    And the year of 4K rolls on with these Sony Bravia 2013 4K UHD LED TVs ($TBA). Available in both 65- and 55-inch models, the X900A series boasts 3,840 x 2,160 resolution, the 4K X-Reality PRO picture engine, Triluminos LED backlighting and QD Vision's Color IQTM optical component for rich, authentic color and a more natural viewing experience, integrated magnetic fluid speakers and DSP technology for surprisingly full sound, and built-in WI-Fi with the requisite suite of Internet-connected apps. Arriving this Spring.