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NuVision 52LEDLP TV

NuVision 52LEDLP TV

In the seemingly never-ending battle for an even better picture, television makers have been adopting new technologies just as fast as they can. The latest is the LED-illuminated DLP, which is offered on the NuVision 52LEDLP ($4,400). Using LEDs to illuminate the DLP results in greater color gamut, and the ability to create deep blacks by controlling the brightness of individual LEDs — resulting in a fantastic 5000:1 contrast ratio. Other important specs include instant-on capability, a 50,000 hour lamp life, 1080p native resolution, and the reassurance that your picture will be the best on your block for a long time to come. [Thanks, Tim!]

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    If you're concerned about the size of your, er, screen, or you're just a hardcore gamer gearing up for the release of the PS3, the Sony Grand Vega KDS-R70XBR2 ($7800) is the TV for you. Part of a new lineup of rear projection SXRD TVs, the R70XBR2 features a gargantuan 70-inch screen, three HDMI inputs, detachable speakers, and most importantly, native 1080p capability. If you only need a 60-incher, check out it's little brother — the KDS-R60XBR2 ($5300). Unfortunately these beasts won't be available until Fall, so if you just can't wait, check out the KDS-60A2000 ($4,500), KDS-55A2000 ($4,000), and KDS-50A2000 ($3,500). These non-XBR additions feature one less HDMI port, a different cabinet design, and will be available in the Summer. [via]

  • TiVo Series2 DT DVR

    TiVo today finally announced its first standalone dual-tuner DVR model. It may not be the long-fabled Series3 HD TiVo, but it's still something we most definitely want. The new TiVo Series2 DT DVR ($100; May 1) allows you to record two shows at once (cable households only) and sports built-in Ethernet and USB ports for easily connecting the box to your home network. The Series2 DT DVR will initially be available in an 80-hour model that will feature all of the current perks of being a member of the TiVo cult, including TiVoToGo transfers, online scheduling, and integrated broadband services from Yahoo!, Fandango, Live365, and more. [via]