Sony PlayStation TV

So you have two TVs but only one PS4. Not to worry — soon, all you'll need to remedy this problem is a Sony PlayStation TV. This tiny, ARM Cortex A9-powered box hooks up to other TVs in your house, allowing you to use Remote Play to get at your PS4 games even if it's in another room. It also supports streaming of PS3 games over Playstation Now, and will support downloading of select PS Vita, PSP, and PS One games to an SD card. With support for two Dualshock 3 or 4 controllers, it's an ideal add-on for any PS4 user.

  • Alienware Steam Machine

    Forget next-gen consoles — if Valve has their way, 2014 will be the year of the Steam Machine. And with 14 companies cranking out the boxes, it's not as easy as buying, say, a PS3. Which is why we've got our eyes on the Alienware Steam Machine ($TBA). Crafted by one of the most trusted names in PC gaming, this sleek black box will be powered by an Intel CPU and Nvidia GPU, and will (of course) run SteamOS, giving you access to tons of games running natively, and thousands more available via in-home streaming. It's like a HTPC, evolved.

  • Moga Ace Power Controller

    Games on the iPhone are great, and they only seem to get better — but controlling a game by tilting, shaking, and occasionally poking at a glass screen leaves something to be desired. With the Moga Ace Power Controller ($100), you get all the controls you're used to with console gaming, without sacrificing the convenience and portability of your phone. The controller expands to cradle your phone, and collapse back down to a small size to fit in your pocket or bag. It features dual analog sticks, a directional button, four action buttons, as well as left and right bumpers and triggers. Best yet, the controller also doubles as an extra battery pack, letting you keep a charge while you play. Compatible with all fifth generation iPhones and iPod touches.

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