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AirTV Player

Televisions used to be simple. Just flip on the set and channel surf. And while it's great to have loads of options, switching inputs and remotes can be a real chore. AirTV Player aims to bring back the simplicity of the past while providing all the channels and services you already enjoy. Ideal for cord cutters, it allows you to get local channels without an input switch thanks to OTA antenna integration. It also won't require any contracts or commitments, and is a great alternative to the restrictions you experience as a cable subscriber. Download apps and integrate content sources for an easier, option-packed viewing experience.

  • Roku Ultra

    It's easy to find an Ultra HD 4K TV. It's not easy to find 4K content to watch on it. The Roku Ultra aims to make it easier. The venerable streaming box's latest flagship supports 60fps 4K content in HDR and upscales lower-res content with a quad-core processor that also helps the interface speed along. There's fast Wi-Fi for clear streams, Ethernet for those who want a wired connection, a microSD slot for added storage, and Dolby Digital decoding for better surround sound. The remote has voice search, a headphone jack for private watching, and gaming buttons, plus the always handy feature that lets you easily find it when it's been eaten by your couch.

  • Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 14 TV

    As TVs continue to get larger and larger, the Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 14 TV has instead chosen to get better. A spiritual successor if not direct replacement for the BeoVision 11, the 14 houses in its aluminum frame a 4K Ultra HD panel with LED backlighting and a custom three-way speaker hidden behind oak lamellas. It's powered by Android TV, giving it support for Google Cast and the ability to upgrade via software, has a sensor to adjust the image based on the ambient lighting, and can be placed on a motorized stand that recognizes your seating position and automatically turns to face you. Available in 40- and 55-inch models, because your TV should be an object in your room, not the focus of it.