2D Performance 3D Performance Features Ergonomics Value PRICE $7,000 AT A GLANCE Plus Astonishing blacks Crisp, clean detail Exceptionally bright 3D Minus Poor dark-gray uniformity Expensive for a 1080p set THE VERDICT It costs a bundle, has a relatively small screen, and isn’t perfect. But buyers will be rewarded with a picture that, in the ways most important to enthusiasts, is unequaled by any other type of consumer display. At the 2014 CES, it became clear that, for most HDTV manufacturers, OLED was on the back burner. LCD Ultra HDTV, or 4K, was the big story. But at least one manufacturer, LG, remains aggressive on the OLED front. The company has announced four new models for 2014 and, at the same time, drastically cut the price (as of March 2014) on the 55-inch model 55EA9800, launched late last year and reviewed here.