Polaroid LCD-1750 TV Video
Sharp's small-screen LCD TV is a natural for kitchens, bedrooms and bathrooms, and it makes a fine computer monitor--but it can't display HDTV.
Using Zink printing technology, this 10-megapixel camera can make 2x3-inch prints in less than a minute.
The Altec Lansing Octiv Mini is an ideal option for anyone seeking an affordable, minimalist iPhone speaker for the bedroom, bathroom, or kitchen.
The LG PA6500 is a decent plasma television if you'll have nothing less than 1080p for cheap, but the rival Samsung is the better deal.
During CNET's 2005 Holiday Helpdesk, Rich from Florida was looking for a 42-inch TV with all the bells and whistles for less than $2,500.
At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Thomson unveils a rear projection TV that's less than 7 inches thick and light enough to hang on a wall.
The Eviant T7 7-inch portable TV works well as a kitchen TV or for use on the road so long as you don't stray too far from a charging source for too long.
Samsung brought a 110-inch TV to its CES booth that makes the company's 85-inch set look like a pipsqueak.
The Hitachi UT37X902 is a 37-inch flat panel LCD that's currently flatter than any other TV on the market.
Brian Tong has a rule about no technology in the bedroom. Molly's not so sure. It's Computer Love Friday, everyone! Also, Google continues to make piles of cash and says it's making tons of money (again), and Microsoft may or may not be working on a social/search hybrid site. RIM may or may not be working on an Apple TV competitor, which we fervently pray is not true. Please, RIM. Please don't do it.