Sony's latest LocationFree TV product adds compatibility with HD video sources, but its two big distinguishing factors--built-in wireless networking and PSP compatibility--aren't enough for most users to choose it over the competing Slingbox.
Sony's improved third-generation LocationFree TV product includes several cool features--including wireless connectivity, PSP compatibility, and remote control customization--but setup headaches and software limitations keep it from being a true Slingbox killer.
The Sony LF-PK1 LocationFree Player Pak isn't quite on a par with the Slingbox, but it is the only device that streams video to your PSP--and it's getting better with each firmware upgrade.
DVD-RAM fans--especially those with DVD-RAM video recorders--should consider this versatile drive.
The JVC Marshmallow headphones are an exceptional value thanks to an ultralow price tag combined with solid audio quality, noise isolation capability, and a secure fit.
The feature-rich Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX30V has a great mix of speed and photo quality.
Joining the AS30V's new hardware features are a new waterproof housing and several accessories and mounts, bringing it closer to the competition.
While its inability to place chapter stops on DVDs is a bummer, this capable dubber shines in most other areas.
While there is much to like about the Motorola Motonav TN30, buggy software limits its usability.
Pricing not available
The Plantronics GameCom X30, the company's stylish follow-up to its Halo 2 Edition headset for Xbox Live, is an upgrade from the standard Xbox 360 headset and won't interfere with eyewear.