Looks like IKEA (longtime purveyor of inexpensive modern furniture of questionable quality) has something new for its shoppers making the trek from the 'burbs: their own brand of TV called the UPPLEVA. It's a cross between furniture and a TV that hides the cords, and comes equipped with a built-in HDTV/DVD/Blu-Ray player, 2.1 surround sound and wireless subwoofers, WiFi capability, tons of USB and HDMI inputs, and extra storage. It's not due out until Fall, comes with an asking price of $960, and has a five-year guarantee. Watch the cutesy video that gives a quick overview.
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