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Pottery Barn's Rhys media console allows the TV to disappear into a console with the push of a remote. Perhaps the perfect way to end arguments about TV size and placement. $2,199 for the console only, $2,999 for the media lift suite. Pottery Barn's Rhys media console allows the TV to disappear into a console with the push of a remote. Perhaps the perfect way to end arguments about TV size and placement. $2,199 for the console only, $2,999 for the media lift suite. (Pottery Barn)
January 31, 2008

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The new generation of sleek, flat-panel televisions - just made for Super Bowl viewing - was supposed to eliminate the need for walnut armoires and sprawling home entertainment centers. Magazine spreads featuring plasma and LCD technology promised a future with nothing but a chic rectangle hanging in a minimalist loft. But anyone who has purchased a flat screen TV knows ... (Full article: 665 words)

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