Way before there was HBO Go, Watch ESPN, and the countless other apps that bring live TV to your pocket computer, there was Slingbox. And while there's only so many apps for so many channels, with the Slingbox M1, you can watch anything on your DVR — live or recorded — no matter where you are. Simply hook your current set-top box into the M1, connect it to Wi-Fi, and let it intercept the signal, sending your entertainment to wherever you are, in glorious 1080p quality. It doesn't matter if you're watching on a phone, tablet, computer, or even another TV — via a Roku or Apple TV — it has you covered.
There are lots of things about the Titan Zeus 370-Inch 4K TV that are just a little bit insane. For starters, there's the size: this behemoth measures in at 370 inches corner to corner, meaning that you're going to need an awfully big room — or outdoor space — to enjoy it. It also weighs nearly a ton, so you're going to want to make sure you've got plenty of support underneath it. It's 4K resolution, so you're going to have to put in some work to find stuff to show on it, and only four are being made, so you'd best hurry. But if you've got the $1.7 million to pay for it, odds are you can get the rest of that sorted out.
4K Ultra High-Definition technology is capable of delivering outstanding picture — but as you know, the picture is only half the story when you're watching your favorite show or movie. You want it to sound great too — and that's where the Bang & Olufsen Beovision Avant TV comes in. This 55-inch set boasts a built-in 3-channel speaker system that unfolds on demand, using three tweeters, three midrange, and two powerful bass drivers to deliver theater-quality sound without filling your space with speakers. And should you want even more power, it has built-in support for the company's outstanding wireless speakers, keeping things clutter- and cord-free.
We love our Apple TVs. But we keep wondering why it doesn't play games. Apparently Amazon has been too, because its new Amazon Fire TV is a like a better Apple TV combined with a gaming machine. Powered by a beefy quad-core processor with a dedicated GPU and 2GB of memory, the Fire TV gives you access to your favorite media streaming services — including Netflix, Hulu, Watch ESPN, Pandora, and, of course, Prime Instant Video — as well as the ability to play games with a dedicated gaming controller. Oh, and it also offers voice search that keeps you from dealing with on-screen keyboards and Dolby Digital Plus 7.1 surround sound support. Your move, Cupertino.