Panasonic Announces 2 New 3D Blu-ray Players
Panasonic has just announced two new 3D Blu-ray disc players coming to UK stores. Both Blu-ray players have Freeview + HD built-in and will be optimized for next-generation home entertainment. The two models, named DMR-BWT800 and DMR-BWT700 each carry twin tuners on board, as well as full 5.1-channel surround sound with the option of displaying 3D content, as previously mentioned.
The devices are Viera Cast enabled and users will be able to connect through an SD slot, and able to plug in their AVCHD content directly into the players. The devices both have DLNA server functionality and offer WiFi, allowing consumers to connect to Panasonic’s Viera Cast through the machine.
The two Blu-ray disc players even offer a high-speed copying function, allowing users to record unprotected hard-drive content on a Blu-ray drive without having to wait a long time. We don’t yet have information on pricing or availability just yet, but the recorders are expected to hit UK shelves soon, with the US likely to follow in the coming months. I would definitely recommend looking out for these drives if you are a Blu-ray fanatic. I still use DVDs myself, and will probably give it another five years before I switch to Blu-ray. Check out the video below to see Panasonic’s full lineup for this year.