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Sony Blu-ray 3D Players

That new 3D-capable TV you bought is begging for some content to go with it, so why not pair it with one of the new Sony Blu-ray 3D Players ($200-$250). The new BDP-S570 and BDP-S470 will ship ready for Blu-ray 3D, which will come via a firmware update this summer. The S570 packs built-in Wi-Fi while the S470 requires a USB wireless adapter, both models offer Bravia Internet Video and BD-Live, compatibility with the BD Remote app for iPhone and iPod touch, DVD upscaling to 1080p, Dolby TrueHD and dts-HD Master Audio decoding and a monolithic design that matches the latest Bravia TVs.

  • Samsung BD-C7500 Blu-ray Player

    Normally the terms "nature-inspired" and "world's thinnest" don't go together, but the Samsung BD-C7500 Blu-ray Player ($TBA) is a notable exception. At just 1.1 inches, it's the world's thinnest Blu-ray player, but also sports a nature-inspired wood design, a wall-mountable form factor, speedy disc load and boot times, and 1080p playback reproduces movie images at 24 fps without need for up-conversion.

  • Boxee Box

    Getting Boxee, the awesome web-to-TV software, set up in your living room used to be a headache. Not anymore thanks to the Boxee Box (around $200; Q1 2010). This angled wonder lets you consume all the free movies, TV shows and music from the internet, all from your couch — and hooks it up to your system with just a single HDMI cable. Like the standard Boxee software, it also sucks in your own videos, music and photos, playing just about any media format that still resides on your broken down laptop.