2010 Gift Guide

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TV Components

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Veebeam: While Google TV and the major networks try to hash out their differences, Veebeam offers the simplest solution to viewing Internet content on your big screen without replacing any of your current components. Using wireless USB and a USB dongle attached to your laptop, the Veebeam transmits any and all Internet content — Hulu, Netflix, iTunes, YouTube, Vimeo, Vudu — as well as anything on your hard drive onto your television. ($99 for SD, $139 for HD; veebeam.com)

Sharp BD-HP90U Blu-ray 3D Player: The ultrathin Blu-ray 3D player takes up virutally no surface space — especially when set vertically on a stand or on the wall next to your flastscreen. Not only does it play most video, audio and image formats, but it is configured for both LAN and wireless connectivity. ($379; sharpusa.com)

Elgato EyeTV HD: The EyeTV HD turns your Mac into a DVR. You can schedule recording on your computer and even watch shows. Using the $5 EyeTV app, you can also watch live or recorded shows remotely on your iPhone or iPad. ($200; elgato.com)

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