Need to have every movie you own ready to watch with nothing more than a press of a button? Whether they're on Blu-ray or plain ol' DVD, the Sony 400-Disc Blu-ray MegaChanger ($1,900; August 2009) has you covered. Along with normal CD playback, the MegaChanger features full HD 1080/60p and 24p True Cinema output capability, 7.1 channel analog audio output, Sony's HD Reality Enhancer and Super Bit Mapping technologies, and DVD upscaling.
Samsung's new Series 7 LED TVs ($3,000-$4,000) represent the company's focus on three areas: picture quality, design, and environmental impact. Featuring deep contrast, true-to-life color reproduction, and an incredible range of brightness without compromising clarity, these TVs represent the most advanced HDTV technology available using no paint spray, no mercury, and 40% less power. Measuring only 1.2-inches deep, these are also some of the slimmest HDTVs available. Perfect for mounting on the wall, the screen's soft, square edges feature a touch of amber, creating a majestic frame around the image, like a work of art. Best of all, you can use the Series 7 to access data on your USB cameras and drives, or connect to the Internet and use built-in widgets to check out Flickr, get stock or weather updates, and link to PCs to access your local media.
Get cinema-like immersiveness at home with the Philips Cinema 21:9 LCD TV ($TBA). This 56-inch TV is the world's first with an ultra-wide 21:9 aspect ratio, letting you watch blockbusters filmed in the 2.39:1 format without letterboxing. The Cinema 21:9 LCD also features Ambilight Spectra light technology. The TV will first be available in Europe later this year. [via]