Sony announces details of its first two Blu-ray 3D Disc players

Following its initial reveal of 3D players at CES, Sony has officially announced details of its first 3D-capable models to hit the market.

Firstly there is the affordable BDP-5470, which will become 3D-enabled courtesy of a firmware upgrade.  Then there is the BDP-S570, which is 3D Ready out of the box.

In addition to 3D high definition display, these players can stream movies, videos and more from websites such as YouTube, direct to your TV.  The S570 also includes IP content Noise Reduction which enhances the picture quality of internet videos. Further more, with DLNA technology, the S570 can ‘talk’ to your phone, laptop or music player and play back content on your TV.

Users with an iPhone or iPod Touch can also transform their device into a remote control with a free app downloadable from the App store, which is exclusive to Sony Blu-ray players and Home Cinema systems.

The European release date for these players is yet to be announced but it is expected to be this summer.  To view the full press release, click here.

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1 Response to “Sony announces details of its first two Blu-ray 3D Disc players”



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