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Vudu

Vudu

Sick of trying to get downloaded movies from your computer to your TV? Vudu ($400) eliminates the middleman by connecting directly to its companion service's catalog of over 5000 films, available to both rent or own. Along with the expected HDMI and component video and coax and optical digital audio outputs, Vudu also features built-in storage capable of holding one hundred hours of purchased content, making it a one-stop shop for movies in your living room.

  • Sansa TakeTV

    Constantly searching for a way to get downloaded video onto your TV, but not a fan of set-top boxes? SanDisk might have an answer in the Sansa TakeTV ($100). With 4GB or 8GB of storage (8GB - $150), this accessory works like a USB flash drive, allowing you to simply drag over downloaded content in MPEG-4, DivX, or xVid formats, and then docking with a TV cradle to display it on your TV. A cheap, quick, and easy way to bridge the gap between your computer and living room.

  • Sony HES-V1000 Home Entertainment Server

    A media lover's dream, the new Sony HES-V1000 Home Entertainment Server ($3500; Oct. 2007) packs a 1080p-capable 200-disc Blu-ray/DVD/CD changer and a 500GB hard drive into one glossy black media tower ready to supply every TV in the house with content. Features include the ability to burn Blu-ray discs, an XMB menu, the ability to wirelessly stream music to devices such as Vaio computers and the Playstation 3, HDMI, component video, optical, coaxial, and analog outputs, Ethernet, and backlit, touch-sensitive controls.