We've chosen a cross-section of some of the best home video devices to round out any home theater.
E3, the Electronic Entertainment Expo, highlights the latest in interactive games for computers, con
The Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 2030 offers a decent image and a good mix of features at a low price, but is still bettered by rivals.
The Epson 5030UB projector is better then ever, with excellent picture quality for the money and class-leading light output, making it shine in both dark and moderately lit rooms.
The affordable Seagate Central delivers as a fast and easy-to-use network storage device for home backup and entertainment purposes.
Now TV, Sky's diminutive set-top box, pretty much blew the competition out of this water this year.
Cut the Rope 2 is both fun and challenging with new characters and game dynamics that make it a worthy sequel, but watch out for in-app purchases.
Paris-based Keecker's new mini-robot has a built-in projector, an audio and video capture system, and the ability to measure things like home temperature, humidity, sound level, and more.
The Stream Wireless Home Audio System from Voxx lets you set up zones and control playlists from your computer or iOS device.
Windows Vista Home Basic is essentially warmed-over Windows XP, Windows XP SP3. If you're currently happy with Windows XP SP2, we see no compelling reason to upgrade. On the other hand, if you need a new computer right now, Windows Vista is stable enough for everyday use.
Sony promises some cutting edge media features on its new Vaio L-Series, but it's tough to recommend when not all of them deliver.
Iris charges $10 per month for full system functionality, making it difficult to recommend over fee-free competitors like SmartThings, iSmartAlarm, or Insteon.
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