Chief Tilt Wall Mount
The Sony Internet TV 40″ screen model is a wafer thin 2.1 inches (53 mm) and weighs in at a very modest 37.7 lbs (17.1 kg) so why not hang it (or any Sony Internet TV model) on the wall if your lounge room allows it?
The Chief Tilt Wall mount will support up to 125 lbs (56.7 kg) so the lightweight Sony Internet TV is a piece of cake.
Once installed, the Chief Wall Mount will provide up to 14½ inches (368 mm) of lateral movement and up to 7¼ inches (184 mm) of left to right movement.
The height can be adjusted in increments of half an inch and it will tilt between 0 and 12 degrees so you can get it exactly as you wish for any viewing occasion.
There is a 10 year manufacturer’s warranty and it is easy to install.
Linksys E1000 Wireless-n Router
The Sony Internet TV has built-in wi-fi (as well as Ethernet) so now could be the time to do away with unsightly cables and adopt a wireless interface to your home entertainment environment.
The Linksys E2000 wireless-n router operates at up to 300 Mb/sec and offers enhanced security features, including Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 (WPA2) which encrypts data on your wireless network and a Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI) firewall to help block unauthorized access to your router.
It measures a mere 7.9 x 1.3 x 6.3 inches (202 x 34 x 160 mm) and weighs a measly 10 oz (280 grams).
NETGEAR Home Theater Internet Connection Kit
The NETGEAR Home Theater Internet Connection Kit provides an innovative way to provide network capability throughout your home – it uses the existing power cabling.
Simply plug the white adapter (the XAV101) into a power outlet and connect the attached cable to your router or gateway which can be either wired or wireless.
The other adapter (the XAV1004) also plugs into a power outlet and provides connection for up to four Ethernet-ready devices.
This system delivers network speed of 200 Mb/sec which is fast enough to stream high definition video and has 128-bit AES data encryption to ensure privacy and security.
The one item which is often overlooked when upgrading a home entertainment system is a cable (or two).
The fact is that with more high definition components appearing in home entertainment systems now, HDMI cables are required more than ever.
So why not grab this two pack of HDMI cables (one is 3 feet and the other is 9 feet).