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Boxee TV

Finally, someone's combined the Internet set-top box with a DVR. We just didn't expect it to be these guys. The Boxee TV ($100) features two tuners so you can watch one show while recording another, and works with both digital antennas and unencrypted cable. Of course, this is a Boxee box, so it still offers a fluid, good-looking UI and access to the online services you care about, but its killer feature is No Limits DVR, which uploads all your DVR recording to the cloud, and lets you access them on any device you'd like, no matter where you are. At $15 a month, it's a great deal, but unfortunately it'll only be available in NYC, LA, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Atlanta, Philly, and DC to start.

  • 3M Streaming Projector By Roku

    Movie theaters don't have to be stationary. Take yours on the go with the 3M Streaming Projector By Roku ($300). This palm-sized box features a single HDMI input that comes occupied by the company's Streaming Stick, providing it with instant access to Netflix, Hulu Plus, Amazon Instant Video, HBO Go, and more, anywhere you can find a Wi-Fi hotspot. Of course, you're going to need a screen for watching all that content, which is where the built-in projector comes in. It uses DLP Cinema technology to provide a WVGA picture at sizes up to 120", and with help from a built-in speaker and a rechargeable battery that runs for over 2.5 hours on a single charge, you can create a theater-like experience damn near anywhere.

  • Logitech Harmony Touch

    It's been a long time coming, but Logitech has finally returned to the universal remote game — with a new flagship in tow. The Logitech Harmony Touch ($250) melds a traditional remote form factor with a smartphone-like interface that fills its centrally-located 2.4-inch touchscreen. Instead of typing in numbers or grazing through pages of guide listings, the Harmony Touch lets you place tappable channel icons right on the screen, so your favorite channels are never more than a swipe and tap away. It's also rechargeable — no more AAs — and offers backlit hardware buttons for watching in the dark.