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Ikea Uppleva | All-in-one Mediacenter

With technological developments constantly transforming our homes, the furniture, however modern it may seem, still does not simplify the installation of all our equipment. Ikea wants to change that with the Uppleva, a line of modular furniture which features an integrated TV, Blu-ray/DVD player, sound system, and space for a box or games console. It also features a wireless subwoofer! If you hate having wires in sight, with the Uppleva everything will be hidden. TV sets will come in 24, 36, 40 and 46 inches and all are LED backlit. Watch the video.

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