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Samsung Touch of Color Blu-ray Player

Samsung Touch of Color Blu-ray Player

Samsung sexes up the Blu-ray arena with the new BD-P4600 Touch of Color Blu-ray Player ($TBA). Besides futuristic good looks, it's the first wall-mountable Blu-ray player, measuring just 1.5 inches thin. It's got touch controls, wireless access to video and music streaming services like Netflix and Pandora, as well as all the current tech you'll need — BD Live (Profile 2.0) and Bonus View (Profile 1.1) support, Full HD 1080p playback with DVD upscaling, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD and dts-HD HR/MA.

  • Mitsubishi LaserVue TV

    Just when we thought rear-projection TV was dead, here comes the Mitsubishi LaserVue TV ($7,000) to blow our minds. As the world's first laser-powered television, the LaserVue uses laser beams (surprise!) to provide unmatched color reproduction, clarity, and depth of field. Features include 120Hz operation, 1080p resolution, x.v. Color, 3D-ready viewing capabilities, and a body that's only 10 inches deep. Now what to do with this LCD....

  • JVC D-ILA Projectors

    Whether you're looking for a consumer or professional projector, JVC's new line of D-ILA Projectors ($6,000-$8,000; November 2008) has you covered. Each of the four models feature JVC's full HD D-ILA technology, which uses three (RGB) devices to deliver a naturally rich, flicker-free picture, and both of the high-end models — the DLA-HD750 and DLA-RS20 — feature THX Certification, THX Movie Mode, a pre-calibrated video setting for watching movies, and a 30,000:1 contrast ratio.