More OLED, Ultra HD, and curved-screen tech coming to TVs

At CES 2014, expect TVs with Web and mobile-device connections too

Published: December 27, 2013 02:30 PM

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The 2014 International CES takes place January 7 to 10, and Consumer Reports reporters and analysts will be there in full force. You never know what you might see there—but electronics senior editor James K. Willcox has a pretty good idea of what to expect.

His predictions for CES 2014 include more brands, lower prices, and more screen sizes for Ultra HD TVs; more curved-screen televisions (although whether curved screens are a gimmick or not remains to be seen); and lots of news about smart TVs and new services for them.

Watch our video for the full details. And head back often for full CES 2014 coverage.  

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