You're forgiven if you're wondering where the stand and speakers are. Both speak to the innovation of the Sony XBR-A1E Bravia OLED TV. Including the specs that come with being Sony's first* OLED set — eight million self-illuminating pixels, incredible viewing angles, HDR support, and insane black levels — this new TV takes advantage of what's unique about the technology. Like other OLED sets, it's insanely thin, but instead of hiding all the guts in a box underneath, or protruding from the back, it hides its powerful processors, inputs, and a subwoofer in a folding kickstand. As for speakers, it uses the entire screen itself to emit sound, creating a unification of image and audio normally only see in theaters. Available in 55, 65, and 75-inch models.
*Yes, technically, the XEL-1 was first. It also had a screen smaller than an iPad Pro.
As TV resolutions approach the limits of what we can actually see, color is fast becoming the next frontier for image quality improvement. The Samsung QLED TV makes a big improvement indeed. By adding a metal material to its nano-sized Quantum Dots, it makes leaps in both accuracy and efficiency. Indeed, it can express any color at any level of brightness, making for one of the most color-accurate displays ever seen on a consumer set. The TV also uses a single "invisible connection" cable to let you hide all your other devices without clutter. Available in three models with three mounting options: a no-gap wall-mount, a traditional, sculptural table stand, and an easel-like Studio Stand that makes even the most banal programming look like a work of art.
Televisions used to be simple. Just flip on the set and channel surf. And while it's great to have loads of options, switching inputs and remotes can be a real chore. AirTV Player aims to bring back the simplicity of the past while providing all the channels and services you already enjoy. Ideal for cord cutters, it allows you to get local channels without an input switch thanks to OTA antenna integration. It also won't require any contracts or commitments, and is a great alternative to the restrictions you experience as a cable subscriber. Download apps and integrate content sources for an easier, option-packed viewing experience.
With a compact design and a weight of just 4.6 pounds, the LG ProBeam Projector is an ideal starting point for a home theater that doesn't take up a ton of room. It uses an I-shaped laser engine to deliver a clear Full HD picture with up to 2,000 lumens of brightness, making it suitable for bright and dark rooms alike. Sound Sync Adjustment lets you send audio wirelessly over Bluetooth with no perceivable latency, Miracast support lets your stream directly from your phone, and built-in webOS smart TV features let you access your favorite content without the need for a separate box.
Have boxes of home movies or photos gathering dust in your closet? Legacybox takes all those old images, movies, and songs and puts them in a format that you can actually use and enjoy. Simply pack up all that old media, send it in, and you'll get a DVD or thumb drive back in the mail filled with digitized versions of all those memories, plus all the originals neatly organized in an easy-to-store box. Over 250,000 people have used the service already, so there's no need to worry about your stuff. Great for you or as a gift for someone you love.
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It's easy to find an Ultra HD 4K TV. It's not easy to find 4K content to watch on it. The Roku Ultra aims to make it easier. The venerable streaming box's latest flagship supports 60fps 4K content in HDR and upscales lower-res content with a quad-core processor that also helps the interface speed along. There's fast Wi-Fi for clear streams, Ethernet for those who want a wired connection, a microSD slot for added storage, and Dolby Digital decoding for better surround sound. The remote has voice search, a headphone jack for private watching, and gaming buttons, plus the always handy feature that lets you easily find it when it's been eaten by your couch.