In this video supplied by the company, Bose demos the VideoWave, the company's first TV. It includes a built-in virtual surround system and universal remote that can control other devices in your home theater.
The Bose VideoWave, a 46-inch LCD TV with an integrated home theater-surround system, features no separate speakers and comes with its own special universal remote that's very simple to use.
The first Bose VideoWave impressed with its surround sound, but the attached TV fell behind the times. The VideoWave II looks more likely to sweep us off our feet.
New SoundTouch Wi-Fi line includes three speaker models at launch: the SoundTouch 30, SoundTouch 20, and SoundTouch Portable
Bose launches a major overhaul of its product line-up, introducing new SoundTouch music-streaming features across 12 new and updated products.
If you buy a TV, how important is the quality of onboard sound to you? We'd love to know if you're using a sound bar or other system to boost the sound quality of your TV.
Glaskowsky takes on the trend toward small, low-power microprocessors and systems.
If you are planning on buying a new notebook in 2006, you'll more than likely be looking at one with a new computing platform from Intel known as Centrino Duo. Here's what you need to know as well as a first look at some of notebooks that are using the platform at launch.
We recommend Movie Creator to tyros who want easy results and will never bother with editing.
MGI VideoWave remains a first-rate video-editing tool; get it if you crave flashy effects and want to burn movies to CD or video CD. But its DVD authoring is unreliable; for that, go with Ulead DVD MovieFactory instead.