Panasonic unveils two new 3D Blu-ray players

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Panasonic DMP Blu-ray playerPanasonic has this week revealed two new 3D Blu-ray players. Encompassing advanced image technologies, the DMP-BDT100 and the DMP-BDT350 will bring a more lifelike viewing experience to us all.

As well as playing 3D content, the BDT100 up-scales standard definition content to 1080p and has an impressive boot up time of under a second. It also has an integrated SD card slot and USB ports for viewing photos and video directly from cameras.

In addition, the BDT350 has support for Viera Cast. It can also stream content from the web including Netflix, Amazon VOD, Pandora, YouTube and Twitter whilst also having integrated WiFi for connectivity.

Both players support a wide range of audio formats and shipments of the BDT-100 are expected to start in August at an undisclosed price.

I4u.com has the full story.

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