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UO Smart Beam Laser Projector

Small projectors are nothing new. But most involve compromises, either in the maximum resolution or brightness. The UO Smart Beam Laser Projector offers both 720p resolution and 60 lumes of brightness in a cube that measures just 2.2 inches in each direction. As the name suggests, it uses an advanced laser diode and LCOS tech to project your images up to 150" in size, accepts wireless and HDMI input, and has a battery life of up to two hours, or just long enough to catch a movie in the backyard.

  • Kaleidescape Cinema One

    Blu-ray offers outstanding quality, but all the hassles of a disc. Direct downloads from Amazon, iTunes, and Google Play are incredibly convenient, but highly compressed. The Kaleidescape Cinema One combines the best of both worlds. Thanks to beefy internal storage, it can store up to 100 movies in Blu-Ray quality, whether you load them in disc-by-disc or download them from the Kaleidescape Store. When it's time to watch something, the award-winning interface makes it easier than finding the remote. And should you need even more storage, you can add another unit for double the storage, or go full cinephile with the DV700 Disc Vault that holds a whopping 320 Blu-Ray discs.

  • Amazon Fire TV Stick

    There are a lot of set-top box options out there, but if we're being honest, most of us just want access to Netflix, Hulu, and maybe a couple other services without using the junky built-in apps on our TVs. The Amazon Fire TV Stick will let you do just that without the need for yet another box. Powered by a dual-core processor, it's no slouch despite its tiny size and low cost, packing 1 GB of RAM, 8 GB of storage, support for Dolby Digital Plus surround sound, and, for Prime members, access to a huge library of premium content, totally free. Just plug it in, connect it to Wi-Fi, and go.