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

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July 22, 2013: Tim Alessi, director of new product development LG Electronics USA, announces the first U.S. availability of LG's OLED HDTV on sale beginning today at the Magnolia Design Center in Best Buy.Craig Lassig/Invision for LG-One/AP Images

The 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show 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, CES 2014 preview: Televisions, for the full details.

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