After six months of pandemic and stay-at-home orders, thatmight start looking to you. Or maybe it can't run the latest . Or maybe it's perfectly fine, but the sound from its puny just doesn't cut it anymore. You're not alone.
At CNET we've seen more interest than ever in home entertainment devices and since the pandemic started. Readers are clamoring for information on the , and to keep entertained while traditional movie theaters, sporting events and other gatherings are on hold.
As part of CNET's Now What series, Jason Hiner and I talked about the trends we're seeing, the devices we like most and the best ways to spend your money on home entertainment during a time of increasing . Whether you have a budget of hundreds for a big TV or -- or "free" for an -- chances are you'll get some ideas about how to up your home entertainment game. So pop some popcorn, kick back and check out our full interview.