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Amazon Fire TV Stick with all-new Alexa Voice Remote 2019

Amazon's cheap Alexa-powered stick is better than ever with a TV-control remote, but Roku's simple menus make it a better choice.

Uebo M400

While we recommend the Uebo M400 to the DIY streaming and content guru, the M400 is certainly not for novices. It's also desperately in need of some sort of QWERTY input remote.

Roku Streaming Stick

While the number of devices that support it will probably grow, the Roku Streaming Stick is still a niche item when compared with every other Roku device.

Bigstream

While it sounds like a great device on paper, the Bigstream suffers from numerous performance issues that ultimately make for a below average experience.

Channel Master DVR+

Even if it is a little rough around the edges, the Channel Master DVR+ delivers on the cord-cutter promise of an over-the-air DVR+ without subscription fees.

Sony SMP-N200

Sony's SMP-N200 streaming-media box packs a lot of functionality, but it's hampered by a subpar user interface.

Razer Forge TV

After a false start, Razer's Android TV device is adding new games and a long-awaited couch-friendly keyboard and mouse.

Philips Blu-ray Surround Base HTB3525B

The Philips HTB3525B packs Blu-ray, Smart TV, and Bluetooth into an affordable sound bar, making it a great choice if you're looking for an all-in-one system.

LG LAB540W Sound Plate

The LG LAB540W SoundPlate packs Blu-ray and Smart TV functionality into an impossibly thin audio package, but you'll pay for the all-in-one convenience.

Editors' Choice

Sky Now TV Box

A streaming TV box for £10 is astonishing value, although if you can afford an extra £40 you should pick up a Roku Streaming Stick instead.

Editors' Choice

Popcorn Hour A-210

Popcorn Hour media players never fail to win our respect. Comprehensive media playback, a comparatively simple user interface and well-built hardware make them easy to love. The A-210 doesn't move the game on much, but it's accomplished at what it does and we'd spend our own money on one in a heartbeat.

Asus O!Play HDP-R1 Media Player

The O!Play might have a silly name, but this is one seriously good media streaming solution, as long as you don't need Windows streaming.

Editors' Choice

Logitech Squeezebox

You couldn't ask for a much simpler audio/Internet radio streamer than the Logitech Squeezebox, although you do pay a premium for that convenience.

Caavo Control Center

For $99 with a $2 monthly fee, the new Caavo promises to make home entertainment easier than ever.

Telstra TV

It's inexpensive, simple to set up and perfect for already-crowded lounge rooms, but what's really on offer with the Telstra TV?

Popcorn Hour C-300

The Popcorn Hour C-300 has excellent video file format support and allows you to browse through your video files by poster art. But its line-up of smart apps is relatively poor, it has buggy software and it costs way too much.

Freecom Network Media Player 350 WLAN

This device is useful because it acts as an external 500GB hard drive, but with drives this size costing as little as £70 it's hard to justify spending so much more

Editors' Choice

Popcorn Hour A-110

The A-110 is a decent improvement over the original A-100, with a few useful features that will be attractive to some. The price increase is quite significant, but if you must have HDMI 1.3, DTS decode and SATA support, you'll think it worthwhile

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