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Samsung 9000 Series LED TV

If you were looking for a TV that's from the future — or just future-proof — the Samsung 9000 Series LED TV ($2,500-$4,000) isn't a bad place to start. Available in 46-inch and 55-inch sizes, the 9000 Series sets offer a host of advanced features like a proprietary 3D processor and emitter, built-in Ethernet allowing for set-based apps like Netflix, Pandora, Twitter, and more, and a full touch-screen remote control with integrated Wi-Fi and IR that allows users to watch broadcast content and browse DLNA shares directly from the remote, sending the selected content to the main set with just a swipe.

  • Logitech Harmony 900 Remote Control

    Take control of your home entertainment system with the new Logitech Harmony 900 Remote Control ($400; September 2009). Using a completely redesigned RF system, the Harmony 900 can control up to 15 devices courtesy of IR blasters that you place in front of your components, so you can keep them in a cabinet up to 100 feet away. Other features include a touchscreen for simplified macro controls, such as "Watch TV" or "Listen to Music," and four distinct button zones, making it easier to find and use the controls you need.

  • LG SL90 LED TV

    If Apple made a TV, it would probably look a lot like the LG SL90 LED TV ($TBA). Boasting a single edge-to-edge panel of glass over an ultra-slim bezel — sound familiar? — the SL90 also features TruMotion 120Hz for reduced motion blur, a Mark Levinson-tuned invisible speaker system, Clear Voice II technology to make sure you can hear the dialogue in your shows, LED backlighting, full 1080p resolution, and a stunning 1.15-inch thick design.