Home theater fans who aren't satisfied with their HDTVs' built-in video processing and/or just can't get enough HDMI ports into their setups may want to take a gander at DVDO's new Edge, which combines technology from Anchor Bay to improve video quality while also doubling as an A/V hub. At $799, it costs as much as some new TVs, but for video snobs it's more affordable than other options (such as buying a whole new set with the latest processing tech).
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After letting Netflix have the jump on offering high-def titles as part of its video-streaming service for subscriberson home video players as well as PCsAmazon has finally rolled out the first 500 HD movies and TV programs for its Video on Demand service. Among the initial films Amazon is offering as a la carte rentals are Frost/Nixon and Twilight.
The retailer's deal of the day slashes $50 off its flagship tablet, though quantities are limited.
In yesterday's post, I noted the price drop on Amazon.com for Mitsubushi's first laser-based rear-projection TV, the LaserVue L65A90, and also pointed to a link on a CNET shopping page that suggested the set was discontinued.
After delaying the release for some time, Mitsubishi finally rolled out its laser-based HDTV last fall, though the timing for sets using the new technology and carrying those first-generation price tags wasn't exactly optimal. In the era of easy credit, maybe some reckless spenders would score a home equity loan and drop $7,000 for a 65-inch TV that's using lasers and offering performance that could compete with top plasmas and LCDs.
The gaming retailer sweetens the deal by throwing in a free $25 Amazon gift card with the purchase of any of the new Kindle Fires.
The first Kindle sale of the year drops the price of Amazon's largest tablet to $249 if you're a student and a Prime member.
You're not going to stream and download all that media content using Amazon's 4G LTE plan, which is why Amazon amped up the Wi-Fi capabilities on its new
The rumors can finally stop: TiVo has officially launched its new Series4 hardware in the form of two DVRs that will be available next month. The $299.
Best Buy likes to hide the later pages of its Black Friday ad --viewable only online -- until it's closer to the actual day, and BlackFriday.Info has just posted a scan of those "missing" pages.