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Sony BDP-S390

  • Type: Blu-ray player
  • Form Factor: Tabletop
  • Internet Streaming Services: Netflix, Pandora, Crackle, Amazon Instant, Hulu Plus, Vudu, YouTube

GE 22730

The GE 22730 DTV converter box is difficult to use and has subpar video quality, so you're better off going with a different converter box.

Panasonic DMR-E95HS

The impressive feature set of Panasonic's high-end combo recorder doesn't overcome some basic shortfalls.

Sling Media Slingbox

Historically, telly buffs have had to actually sit in front of their home TV to watch it. The Slingbox changes that, allowing you not only to control your TV from a remote location, but also to watch it anywhere at any time. It serves its purpose perfectly and can be recommended without a moment's hesitation

GoVideo VR4940

GoVideo VR4940

Memorex MVBD-2510

  • Type: Blu-ray disc player
  • Form Factor: tabletop
  • Sound Output Mode: Surround Sound

Q-See QSNDVR9M

  • Type: none

Chumby

Whether you use it as a digital photo frame, Internet radio receiver, an advanced alarm clock, or some Web 2.0 task of your own devising, the Chumby is an extremely fun tech toy for the wired, modern home.

Philips BDP3306

  • Type: Blu-ray player
  • Form Factor: Tabletop

Dish Network DTVPal

The Dish Network DTVPal DVR offers up bare-bones, over-the-air HDTV recording without a monthly fee, but it doesn't compare to subscription-based DVRs, and Dish's nonexistent return policy makes it a real gamble.

Philips DVDR600VR

Despite a few nice features, the Philips DVDR600VR's difficult interface and below-average video quality keep it from competing well.

Editors' Choice

Pioneer DVR-33H-S

With dual-layer recording, a host of conveniences, and a slim look, the full-featured Pioneer DVR-533H-S recorder seems like a bargain.

JVC HM-DH5U

JVC HM-DH5U

Toshiba RS-TX TiVo/DVD recorders

Toshiba RS-TX TiVo/DVD recorders

Olive 4

The Olive 4 is a fantastic-sounding digital audio server, but its high price and limited feature list limit its appeal to die-hard audiophiles.

Philips Streamium-WACS700

The stylish Philips Streamium WACS700/37 can stream digital music throughout your home without a PC, but considering its high price, it's hard to overlook some basic feature and performance shortfalls.

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