Monday, Nov. 29, 2004

Your Viewing Pleasure

1. Sharp Aquos LC-20B6U-S ($1,200)
With its high-resolution screen (1024 by 762 if you're keeping score), this thin 20-in. LCD can be used as a high-definition TV or a PC monitor. There's also a 15-in. non-HD model for $650

2. Logitech Harmony 676 ($230)
Pretty smart for a universal remote, the 676 relies on a Web wizard to get you set up, instead of making you punch in those annoying codes. Three changeable color plates are included

3. GoVideo VR2940 ($350)
Combine a VCR with a DVD recorder, and you have a way to put home movies on disc. This uses special software to prevent DVD-creation headaches