Over the last year or two, mobile devices have really picked up as sources for video and audio, but until recently they've been lacking a way to get content onto a television. MHL is the solution brought forth by manufacturers and home theater companies are quickly picking up on it.
We've seen MHL connectivity on receivers and TVs, but Sharp has packed an MHL port into its new BD-AMS20U Blu-ray player. The 20U also gives you built-in Wi-Fi, a processor that will clean up DVD and streaming video, and a front facing USB port. The AMS20U will be available in April at $199. If you can go without the MHL, the otherwise similar AMS10U will be available for $179 in March.