Xbox 360 HD DVD Player

Xbox 360 HD DVD Player

If you happen to already own an Xbox 360 and a HDTV, this should be a no brainer. Finally available, the Xbox 360 HD DVD Player ($200) makes for one of the most affordable hi-def movie players around. Its integration with the 360 is top notch, and the picture quality is tremendous. Now, we're not saying buy one and immediately start replacing that giant DVD collection — but for the titles that really matter, the extra clarity is well worth the entry fee.


    While it is extremely expensive, Sony's BRAVIA line of LCD TVs has quickly grabbed the number one share of the LCD market. Its newest offering, the Sony BRAVIA KDL-52XBR3 ($6800; Nov.) looks to be their best one yet. Offering full 1080p resolution, the 52XBR3 also features a 7000:1 contrast ratio, the BRAVIA Engine Pro full digital high-definition video processing system, three HDMI inputs, two component video inputs, and a built-in ATSC tuner. It's the best of the best.

  • Logitech Harmony 1000 Universal Remote

    Logitech's new flagship Harmony 1000 remote ($500) will let you stylishly control all your components like never before. The IR/RF remote features a 3.5" color touch-sensitive screen, a rechargeable battery, a brushed aluminum design, and works with Logitech's super easy online setup system which matches codes and infrared commands of more than 175,000 devices. But the remote's key feature is its Smart State Technology, a simple one-touch control that lets you quickly switch between activities ("Watch TV," "Watch DVD," etc.). We've now got a worthy remote to go with our new HD TiVo. [via]

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