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Roku Streaming Stick+

Roku Streaming Stick+
$70  Buy Link Comment

Roku upgrades its Streaming Stick with 4K and HDR playback, improved reception and a more useful remote control. The Streaming Stick+ has a Wi-Fi booster in its power cord, and the new Roku remote comes with voice search and TV power and volume controls.

2016 Roku Streaming Devices

2016 Roku Streaming Devices
$30-$130  Buy Link Comment

Roku overhauls its lineup of streaming media players. The Streaming Stick is still there, but its less portable siblings now come in five variants, from the $30 1080p-capable Roku Express to the $130 Roku Ultra, which supports 4K and HDR and has voice search.

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Lightpack 2

Lightpack 2
$179+  Pledge Comment

A ready-to-assemble ambient lighting kit that extends the colors coming out of your HDTV. Lightpack 2 comes with RGB LED strips, corner pieces and an adapter that lets you connect up to four HDMI devices. Optional “pixels” let you extend color into your room.

SunBrite Pro Series 4K Outdoor TV

SunBrite Pro Series 4K Outdoor TV
$25K  Buy Link Comment

An 84″ weatherproof 4K TV. The Pro Series SB-8418UHD has a sealed aluminum case that protects it from water, dust, insects and more. It also has an anti-glare screen and a temperature control system that lets it operate between -44ºF to 122ºF.

TCL Roku 4K TV

TCL Roku 4K TV
$600-$1K  Buy Link Comment

TCL’s Roku-powered Smart TV is now available with a 55″ or a 65″ 4K resolution display. It still has the convenient Roku home page, search and physical remote, but adds dual-band Wi-Fi, 4K upscaling and a 4K spotlight channel.

VIZIO 2016 P-Series UHD Display

VIZIO 2016 P-Series UHD Display
$1000+  Buy Link Comment

VIZIO not only amped up its premium 4K displays with HDR, Dolby Vision, and a wider color gamut for vibrant images, but they killed the “smart TV” paradigm, shifting all apps to a bundled 6″ Android tablet using Google Cast to stream content. In 50″, 55″, 65″ and 75″ sizes.

Depict 4K Digital Art Frame

Depict 4K Digital Art Frame

The Depict display can wirelessly download eye-popping still and moving works of art on a framed 50″ 4K display optimized for bright colors and impressive contrast. It also rotates freely between landscape and portrait modes.

Sony X900C 4K TV

Sony X900C 4K TV

Sony’s hyping up the X900C series’ thin panel, but it actually has a bulge on its lower half. The real perks of the successor to the beloved X900B are its use of Android TV plus access to Netflix 4K videos and PlayStation Now.

Mohu Channels

Mohu Channels
$89++  Pledge Comment

An Android over-the-air HD receiver and set-top box. With the help of an HD antenna and an Internet connection, it turns free HD broadcasts, media apps like Netflix, and webpages into channels that you can access in one interface.

Avegant Glyph Beta

Avegant Glyph Beta
$499++  Pledge Comment

The Glyph is a mobile head-mounted display that doubles as a pair of headphones. It reflects 720p video directly to your retinas. It uses an HDMI input and lasts up to 3h per charge. Note that the Kickstarter reward is a beta unit.

Vizio Reference Series

Vizio Reference Series

The Reference Series is Vizio’s upcoming flagship line of TVs must be seen in person to be appreciated. Available in 65″ and 120″, they have 4K resolution, high dynamic range, a built-in 5.1 sound bar and a 10″ wireless subwoofer.

InAiR Augmented TV

InAiR Augmented TV
$89++  Pledge Comment

SeeSpace InAiR is an HDMI add-on for HDTVs. It searches online for information related to what you’re watching, and displays it as a floating overlay. It also connects to your social networks. The 3D version can float info in front of the TV.

Samsung Curved OLED TV

Samsung Curved OLED TV
$9K  Buy Link Comment

The Samsung KN55S9C has a 55″ curved OLED display. Its 1080p screen sits on a frame that has a built-in camera and speakers. The TV also supports 3D video and has Wi-Fi, MHL, Bluetooth and USB connectivity.

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Samsung F9000 UHD TV

Samsung F9000 UHD TV
$5500-$7500  Buy Comment

Samsung’s 55″ and 65″ 4K TVs should be available for pre-order any minute now, and while they’re not cheap, they’re much less than their 85-incher. They offer 3840 × 2160 pixel resolution, HD upscaling, and Smart TV 2.0.

Philips DesignLine TV

Philips DesignLine TV

The Philips DesignLine TV looks like it’s made of a single piece of glass, thanks to its seamless and frameless glass front. The LED-backlit 3D HDTV also uses Philips’ Ambilight technology.

Samsung S9 UHD TV

Samsung S9 UHD TV
$40K  Buy Link Comment

As if the huge and sharp display wasn’t eye catching enough, Samsung’s newly unveiled Ultra High Definition TVs have an easel-like frame, which also houses a 3-way 120W 2.2 sound system.

C Seed 201 TV

C Seed 201 TV

Built for the outdoors, the C Seed 201 is a retractable and moisture-repellent 201″ HDTV. Conceived by Porsche Design Studio and 2012 Red Dot design award winner. The price? $655,000.

Sony XBR-84X900 TV

Sony XBR-84X900 TV
$25K  Buy Link Comment

An 84″ TV with 3,840 x 2,160 resolution aka 4K, four times 1080p. It can upscale videos to 4K and has passive 3D, which will work with some PS3 games to provide full screen split-screen gaming.

IKEA Uppleva

IKEA Uppleva

The Uppleva is an all-in-one home entertainment solution, with an HDTV, Blu-ray player, sound system and wireless subwoofer. The color of the TV’s frame can be matched with the furniture.

Samsung ES8000 LED HDTV

Samsung ES8000 LED HDTV
~$2700+  Buy Comment

This top-of-the line Smart TV has a dual-core CPU, voice and gesture control, WebKit browser, LED micro-dimming and active 3D. 46-inch and 55-inch out now. 60, 65 and 75 inchers later this year.

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Sony Crystal LED TV

Sony Crystal LED TV

Probably the coolest thing we saw at CES 2012, it uses over 6.2 million tiny LEDs, providing the smoothest, brightest, most colorful images we’ve ever seen. Too bad it’s just a prototype – for now.

Sony HMZ-T1 OLED Goggles

Sony HMZ-T1 OLED Goggles

Sony promises a virtual screen size of over 750 inches with their 720p HD OLED head-mounted display, capable of showing movies and games in 3D, as well as 5.1 surround sound.

Vizio Cinemawide Displays

Vizio Cinemawide Displays

Vizio’s 58” XVT3D580CM and 50” XVT3D500CM LCD HDTVs taunt us with a cinematic 21:9, 2560×1080 screen, and passive-lens 3D glasses. Replaces your lowly 1080p set later this year.

Vizio XVT3D650SV 3D HDTV

Vizio XVT3D650SV 3D HDTV
$3700  Buy Comment

This razor-thin set has a massive 65″ LED edge-lit screen, and uses passive 3D glasses, eliminating costly active lenses and reducing headaches. 802.11n Wi-Fi and Internet apps are built-in too.

Sony Google TV

Sony Google TV
$599-$1399  Buy Comment

Sony’s first to market Google TV integrated HDTVs. LCD models range from 24-inch to 46-inch, all capable of watching tons of internet content, and running Android apps starting in early 2011.

Roku HD/XD/XDS

Roku HD/XD/XDS
$59-$99  Buy Comment

If you were thinking about the new Apple TV, but would rather have 1080p video and not be tied down to iTunes, Roku’s latest players look pretty sweet. Cheapskates: pick up the $59 720p version.

LG OLED 3D TV Prototype

LG OLED 3D TV Prototype

LG’s prototype OLED TV is the world’s slimmest television at only 2.9mm thick. The 31-in wonder delivers 1080p, can display 3D video and has an “infinite contrast ratio”, whatever that means.

ColorWare HDTVs

ColorWare HDTVs
Price Varies  Buy Comment

ColorWare is now making custom-colored HDTVs – any model in the color that you want. However, you can’t send them an HDTV that you already have; the offer is for a TV plus the paint job.

litl TV Box

litl TV Box

The litl will bring optimized web apps to your big TV. Running the litl OS and Flash apps, the system consists of a base station connected to your TV, and a touchscreen remote with a slide-out keyboard.

Samsung UN55C7000 3D HDTV

Samsung UN55C7000 3D HDTV
$3000  Buy Comment

If you’re ready to jump on the 3D HDTV bandwagon, look no further than Samsung’s UN55C7000 HDTV, which cranks out bright 3D images in a svelte 1.1-inch thick package.

Vizio Connected HDTV

Vizio Connected HDTV

Our on-demand future is nearing, and boy does it look bright: Vizio’s Connected HDTV partners with Adobe, Netflix, Yahoo, Amazon, Blockbuster, Flickr, Pandora, Rhapsody and others.

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