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Boxee Box

Getting Boxee, the awesome web-to-TV software, set up in your living room used to be a headache. Not anymore thanks to the Boxee Box (around $200; Q1 2010). This angled wonder lets you consume all the free movies, TV shows and music from the internet, all from your couch — and hooks it up to your system with just a single HDMI cable. Like the standard Boxee software, it also sucks in your own videos, music and photos, playing just about any media format that still resides on your broken down laptop.

  • Sony 400-Disc Blu-ray MegaChanger

    Need to have every movie you own ready to watch with nothing more than a press of a button? Whether they're on Blu-ray or plain ol' DVD, the Sony 400-Disc Blu-ray MegaChanger ($1,900; August 2009) has you covered. Along with normal CD playback, the MegaChanger features full HD 1080/60p and 24p True Cinema output capability, 7.1 channel analog audio output, Sony's HD Reality Enhancer and Super Bit Mapping technologies, and DVD upscaling.

  • Samsung LED TVs

    Samsung's new Series 7 LED TVs ($3,000-$4,000) represent the company's focus on three areas: picture quality, design, and environmental impact. Featuring deep contrast, true-to-life color reproduction, and an incredible range of brightness without compromising clarity, these TVs represent the most advanced HDTV technology available using no paint spray, no mercury, and 40% less power. Measuring only 1.2-inches deep, these are also some of the slimmest HDTVs available. Perfect for mounting on the wall, the screen's soft, square edges feature a touch of amber, creating a majestic frame around the image, like a work of art. Best of all, you can use the Series 7 to access data on your USB cameras and drives, or connect to the Internet and use built-in widgets to check out Flickr, get stock or weather updates, and link to PCs to access your local media.