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David Katzmaier
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Father, reviewer, reader, homeowner.
Father, reviewer, reader, homeowner.

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In case you missed it, here's my boosterism-laden screed lauding my favorite portable electronic device: the Kindle. It really is a perfect reader don't you think?

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I finally got the chance to spend some quality time with an OLED TV, the next generation of flat-panel TV technology after plasma and LED LCD. But it isn't flat. And that isn't even the best part.

The best part is that it produces the best TV picture I've ever seen.

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The Samsung F5500 plasma offers great features and very good picture quality, but its performance suffers significantly under the lights. Kind of like Stripe. Read the full review.

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Wherein I review the first-of-its-kind Smart Evolution kit from Samsung. It's a brain transplant for your high-end 2012 Samsung TV.
(PS: I have no idea why it says "kgregg_droid" on the link title, but trust me, clicking it will bring up the correct review URL. Speculation welcome).

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Stunning minimalist design? Check. More features than you'll ever use, or even know about? Double-check. I expect that stuff from Samsung's highest-end LED LCD. What I didn't expect was how good its picture looks. Local dimming for the win, again. Check out my full review.

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Do you care about input lag for gaming? Then I suggest you read about our latest test.

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Is the picture quality benefit of Quantum Dots worth the price? Check out CNET's review of Sony's high-end 55-inch LED LCD TV.

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Yes, the Panasonic ZT60 is the best-performing TV I've ever tested. So how does it compare to the VT60, Samsung F8500 and 2008's Kuro? OK, I'll tell you.

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CNET's Top 5 Home Theater projectors, expertly walked through by Donal Bell.

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Is the Seiki's 4K resolution worth the extra money compared with other 50-inch TVs? For most people the answer is a resounding, "No!" perhaps preceded by an expletive.
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