At CES Panasonic introduced their four new Blu-ray players with new design updates and new features such as Internet, 2D-to-2D conversion and Apple iPhone remote control support. Welcome the new DMP-BDT310, DMP-BDT210, DMP-BDT110 and BMP-BD75 Blu-ray players.
Panasonic 2011 Blu-ray
Panasonic’s new 2011 Blu-ray players are slimmer, smaller and better looking but they are still packed with technology. Panasonic also boasts an extremely quick start-up time.
The flagship model is called DMP-BDT310 and it supports both 2D and 3D. With BDT310 Panasonic has also focused on improving audio quality, and a range of audio setting options have been integrated.
DMP-BDT110, DMPBDT210 and DMP-BDT310 come with 2D-to-3D conversion and Apple iPhone remote control support. Panasonic also highlights the new Viera Cast internet system with Skype support.
The cheapest model, BMP-BD75, is a more traditional player with a SD card reader, USB input, DLNA and MKV support, but no 3D playback capabilities.
The learn more and to see what differentiates the new Blu-ray players, see Panasonic's website here
Pricing and availability
The new Blu-ray players are expected to launch in the first half of 2011. The prices have not been announced.