Creating a Cableless Living Room

NYTimes reports about gadgets which help you to create a cableless living room and here are some photos of it.

NYTimes reports about gadgets which help you to create a cableless living room and here are some photos of them. [via NYTimes]

The Gadget Graveyard of unwanted devices including the Apple TV, Netflix Roku box, cables and a pile of remote controls.

A refurbished Mac Mini available form Apple.com, prices range between $350 and $600. If you prefer a Windows Machine you can try the Asus EeeBox for $400, or the the Dell Zino HD starts at $230.

The Loop mouse, $99 from Hillcrest Labs. The Loop allows you to wirelessly navigate all the applications on your computer enabled TV, works with Mac or Windows.

A wireless keyboard, $69 from Apple.com. PC alternatives are available from HP, Microsoft and many other keyboard suppliers.

Wireless Logitech speakers, $60. Any computer speakers will work on a Mac or PC.

A closer look at some of the applications we use on the TV. Including Hulu Desktop, Boxee, iTunes and Firefox to access YouTube.com, Joost.com and etc.

So, Dear Readers, how many cableless gadgets have you got in your living room?!

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