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Sony Internet TV

Sony Internet TV

Like Google TV but don't want to hook up yet another box? Why not replace your current set with a Sony Internet TV ($600-$1,400). Available in sizes ranging from 24 to 46 inches, these Wi-Fi packing, LED side-lit sets feature Google TV built right in, Dual View, which lets you watch television while surfing, the upcoming ability to download apps form the Android Market, and a svelte design with slimline stand. Oh, and it also comes with a fear-inducing RF QWERTY keypad remote with integrated optical mouse, which sports roughly as many buttons as a missile control console.

  • Bose VideoWave

    As one Uncrate editor is finding out, wall-mounting your TV is easy, but figuring out what to do about a sound system once it's up there isn't. Some engineers at Bose obviously had the same problem, and came up with the Bose VideoWave ($5,400). This ridiculously-priced 46-inch screen packs an entire array of speakers directly into its body, and needs only a single connection to its console, which you control with a simplified click pad remote. Just make sure you mount it well — if it falls, both your TV and your home theater system will suffer.

  • Samsung UN65C8000 65-Inch HD 3D LED TV

    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.