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Samsung D8000 LED TV

Growing up to 65-inches wide, the Samsung D8000 LED TV ($TBA) apparently doesn't leave much room for a bezel (which is a very good thing). The barely-there brushed metal bezel is a slim 0.2-inches wide, and frames an HD LED screen that displays beautiful 2D and 3D video with a 240Hz refresh rate. The D8000 series also sports Micro Dimming Plus technologies for deep blacks and pure whites, built-in Wi-Fi, an improved Quad Stand, and comes with Samsung's Touch Control, which can stream TV shows to its built-in 3-inch LCD screen.

  • Sony Internet TV Blu-ray Player

    So, you want to try out Google TV, you need a Blu-ray player, but you aren't interested in Sony's Internet TV. If all of these statements apply to you, check out the Sony Internet TV Blu-ray Player ($400). This all-in-one box sports all the things you need — HDMI in/out, an Intel processor, built-in Wi-Fi, a handheld keypad remote, and automatic updating — for a great Google TV experience, while adding in a 1080p-capable Blu-ray player for those times when the content you want isn't available from either your cable provider or online.

  • Sony Internet TV

    Like Google TV but don't want to hook up yet another box? Why not replace your current set with a Sony Internet TV ($600-$1,400). Available in sizes ranging from 24 to 46 inches, these Wi-Fi packing, LED side-lit sets feature Google TV built right in, Dual View, which lets you watch television while surfing, the upcoming ability to download apps form the Android Market, and a svelte design with slimline stand. Oh, and it also comes with a fear-inducing RF QWERTY keypad remote with integrated optical mouse, which sports roughly as many buttons as a missile control console.