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Sony 60-inch Grand WEGA SXRD Rear Projection HDTV

Sony 60-inch Grand WEGA SXRD Rear Projection HDTV

We probably don't have to tell you if you're reading a site like this, but HD is where it's at. It's one of the rare things in this world that lives up to the hype. Sony's new 60-inch KDS-R60XBR1 Rear Projection Grand WEGA ($5,000) offers SXRD technology to deliver full 1920 x 1080 high-definition resolution. The HDTV also features an advanced Iris shutter that works automatically to "open and close according to the incoming signal level to create brighter whites and better contrast in dark scenes." In addition, the KDS-R60XBR1 sports dual HDMI inputs, three FireWire inputs, a PC input, optical audio output, and a Memory Stick flash media viewer.

  • One-For-All Kameleon 8 Universal Remote

    At one point or another, pretty much everyone has grabbed for the remote in a dark room and hit the wrong button — but that won’t be a problem with this remote. The Kameleon 8 Universal Remote by One-For-All ($50) sports an Electro-Luminescent display that is not only bright, but actually features button animations, letting you know for sure you didn’t just record porn over the wedding video. It's also a learning remote, features control for up to eight devices — including DVRs and TiVo — and its screen allows it to display the necessary buttons for each device, keeping the others hidden. Nifty.

  • Philips 50-inch Plasma HDTV with Ambilight

    If you haven’t heard by now, flat, hang-on-your-wall TVs are an almost must have when it comes to gadgetry status. Philips decided to take this phenomena one step further with their Ambilight technology that emits a glow around the sides of the TV, the color of which always matches what’s on the TV. The 50PF9966 50" Plasma HDTV from Philips ($4,500) features Ambilight, a 3000:1 contrast ratio, and a native resolution of 1366 x 768 — more than enough to make your bootlegged Star Wars Episode III DVD look good.