The new Roku Ultra brings a buffet of small but helpful features like customizable remote buttons, faster performance, and new search tools. This is a top-notch choice, though it lacks one key feature.
The 3rd-gen Chromecast is still a pretty good way to stream in HD, but HD is getting pretty long in the tooth. That said, the addition of Prime Video following Google and Amazon's truce makes it a pretty comprehensive, if limited, streamer.
Google’s latest Chromecast doubles the price, but quadruples the resolution for a simple and affordable way to get 4K. Add in wide HDR support, and (finally) Amazon Prime Video, and it’s got a lot going for it.
Amazon is giving Roku a run for its money with the Fire TV Stick, a $40 device about the size of a pack of gum that grants 1080p HD access to a wide array of content and games. If you’re an Amazon Prime member already, this is a no-brainer.
Free over-the-air programming isn’t available in 4K, so why would you want a 4K OTA DVR? We’ll discuss what makes the new TiVo Bolt OTA a viable choice for cord-cutters with 4K UHD TVs who want to get ahead of the game.
When it comes to streaming devices, the sheer volume of choices these days can be daunting. While you really can’t go wrong with any Roku, its new Premiere+ stands out for its excellent balance between affordability and performance.
Amazon took a surprising turn in replacing its well-received set-top box Fire TV with a dongle-style device. Can the new Fire TV provide streamers with everything they need? Find out in our Amazon Fire TV review.
With 4K, HDR, TV power and volume controls, plus a best-in-class search system and user interface … what’s not to love? Our Roku Streaming Stick+ review puts the streamer through its paces and shows it coming out on top.
Google jumps into the thick fray of wireless audio with a slick and simple companion to the company’s popular video streamer. And while iPhone users still meet some real limitations, the addition of multiroom audio makes this device a serious player.
Apple may have come to the party a little late with the 4th Generation Apple TV, but the new streaming set-top box is an Apple fan’s dream. Premium packaging, quality construction and materials, easy setup, and a touchpad remote set it apart from its competitors.
The good news is: Google’s third attempt at a set-top streaming box is its best yet, and it has the potential to do very well in the future. The bad news: The Nexus Player is a disappointment at launch and not worth rushing to buy.
There’s something to be said for a mid-tier Blu-ray player like the BDT360 when it comes to build quality and bonus features. If you’re looking for a device to act as the hub of your Internet-connected entertainment system, you can find a lot of value in the middle ground.
When Amazon introduced its new Fire TV streaming set-top box, it looked like it might be able to knock Roku right off its perch as the player to beat. Now that we’ve had a chance to thoroughly test the Fire TV, we learn it isn’t exactly a Roku killer, but it’s still a terrific competitor with tremendous potential.
Kaleidescape literally invented the movie server category, and their systems have been beloved by the mega-wealthy for over 12 years. Kaleidescape systems make managing and exploring movie collections easier and better than ever, with totally unique features like instant access to iconic scenes and an industry-first Blu-ray quality download store. The Cinema One brings all of the features of the company’s Premier line to a far more affordable price.