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Apple TV

Before he died, Steve Jobs said Apple had "cracked" the TV interface. With the new Apple TV, we might finally get to see what he was talking about. It has a totally new user interface, controlled by a new six-button rechargeable Bluetooth remote with a glass touchpad surface at the top and integrated Siri control that searches across multiple apps, giving you the results for each movie or show on a single screen. The new tvOS is built on top of iOS, so it finally has an App Store that supports both standard apps and games, the latter of which can be controlled with the motion-sensitive remote, Wii-style, an iPhone, or iPad. Available in 32 and 64GB versions.

  • Sideclick

    You've cut the cord. Now cut down on your remotes. The Sideclick promises to turn the remote for your streaming box into the only remote you need. Available in four different variations for the most popular boxes around — those being the Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Amazon Fire TV Stick, and Apple TV — these remotes attach to the side/back of your existing remote, adding crucial TV controls like power, channel, volume, and input that are missing from the streaming controls. Thanks to infrared learning technology, it lets you program those six buttons however you want, and ensures that it will work with your TV, whether it's a Sony or a Seiki.

  • LG Flexible UHD 4K Smart OLED TV

    Having trouble deciding between a fancy new curved TV and a standard flat set? Thanks to the LG Flexible UHD 4K Smart OLED TV, you won't have to choose much longer. Formally known by the model name 77EG9900, this 77-inch set features a flexible, WRGB OLED 4K panel, allowing you to determine the degree of curvature, or even eliminate it entirely. Other features include QuantumDot technology, the company's new WebOS 2.0 smart TV platform, and a Tru-4K upscaler to make sure that even lowly SD content looks its best.