Just in case you were confused about who made the world's largest 3D LED TV, Samsung will be more than happy to fill you in. The Samsung UN65C8000 65-Inch HD 3D LED TV ($6,000) is the new king of 3D LEDs, with a built-in 3D processor, 1080p resolution, 240Hz refresh rate, an 8,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, precision dimming technology, and Samsung Apps for moving beyond your cable or satellite box for things like Skype, ESPN Next Level, and Hulu Plus, none of which are actually in 3D.
Prepare yourself for a summer full of ESPN 3D with a Sony Bravia XBR-LX900 Series 3D HDTV ($4,000-$5,000). Available in 52- and 60-inch varieties, these top of the line Sony sets sport integrated 3D, including a built-in sync transmitter and two pairs of included active shutter glasses, a monolithic design, edge LED backlighting, built-in 802.11n Wi-Fi, Sony's BRAVIA Internet Video and Internet Widgets, and, of course, Full HD 1080p resolution. Unfortunately, it's missing the key ingredient for a truly immersive experience: Smell-O-Vision.
While everyone waits on Apple to throw a projector into its next iMiracle, Samsung's actually done it. The Samsung SP-H03 Pico Projector ($300) is a pocket-friendly projector with a built-in media player. It boasts solid-state LEDs and DLP technology to blow its 854x480 resolution image up to 80 inches on nearly any surface you can imagine, and with 1GB of internal memory and up to 16GB accessible via microSD expansion, you can pack enough music and video to keep things going way longer than the rechargeable battery will last.