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Panasonic unveils 3D Blu-ray recorder

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Panasonic recently revealed their brand new 3D Blu-ray recorder – the DMR-BWT700.

Jam packed with specs for high quality recording and playback it has a twin HD digital terrestrial tuner allowing you to record digital broadcasts in full HD, and record two digital broadcasts at the same time.

It also has support for DLNA, and if you don’t yet have a collection of 3D Blu-rays then you might be interested to know the player can also convert 2D content (BD, DVD, and TV broadcasts) into 3D providing you have the TV and glasses to match.

Electric Pig has more info on the DMR-BWT700 here.

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Panasonic debuts new Blu-ray Disc Recorder range

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Panasonic has just revealed two feature-packed Blu-ray Disc Recorders for the UK market.

As well as playing Blu-ray Discs with support for BD-Live, both the DMR-BW880EBK and BW780EBK include tuners to receive high definition television services which can be recorded to a dual-layer Blu-ray Disc. The recorders can also view video or images filmed on a HD camcorder or digital camera (via SD card) and burn them to a Blu-ray Disc.


Upscaling for standard definition DVDs, DLNA server functionality and support for Panasonic’s internet video service Viera Cast complete the package. For more details, click here.

Samsung previews 3D Blu-ray player with built-in Freeview HD

Samsung’s new 3D player with built-in Freeview HD has received a glowing review by Stuff Magazine, who got the chance to try it out before its release in May.

In addition to a built-in Freeview HD TV tuner, the BD-C8500M player has Wi-Fi on board to enable access to Samsung’s Internet@TV service, which supports BBC iPlayer and LoveFilm‘s instant movie rental service.  DLNA support is also provided, meaning the device can be connected with any other DNLA compliant services in the house.

As Stuff put it, ‘there’s a whole load more to this little black box than meets the eye.’ The entire review can be viewed on the Stuff website here.


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