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Monday, 08 November 2010 ,  Written by Michael Palmer
Sony BDP-S770 3D Blu-ray Disc Player Preview
Boy, stand-alone Sony Blu-ray Disc Players have grown up since I picked up my BDP-S300 back in the dark days of the format war.  But her comes the Sony BS770, a WiFI-enabled, Profile 2.0, 3D equipped (whenever the studios, you know, release enough content to warrant swapping out all your expensive gear) Blu-ray player that sells for less than three hundred bucks.The BDS770 from Sony offers both a built in wired (LAN) and WiFi (B/G/N 802.11) capabilities for connection to a home network, which is becoming more and more common with just about every home electronics products.  Wireless is especially handy for those who have their router in another room.Once connected to the Internet, the BDS770 is among the Sony products with access to Bravia Internet Entertainment, a collection of entertainment and social networking widgets.  Check out the full list ...
Monday, 01 November 2010 ,  Written by Michael Palmer
Sony BDV-E570 3D Blu-ray Home Theater System Preview
For those with smaller rooms, or who find the challenge of purchasing separate Blu-ray players, A/V Receivers, and speakers daunting, Sony has a system for you.  A feature-laden, WiFi enabled 3D Blu-ray disc player with a built-in amplifier with 5 satellite speakers and a passive subwoofer for 5.1 channels of discrete high definition surround sound.  Ladies and gentlemen, a home theatre in a box (HTIB).The BDV-E570 from Sony offers built-in WiFi capabilities for connection to a home network, which is becoming more and more common with just about every home electronics product.  Wireless is especially handy for those who have their router in another room.Once connected to the Internet, the BDV-E570 is among the Sony products with access to Bravia Internet Entertainment, a collection of entertainment and social networking widgets.  Check out the full list here, but they've got Hulu ...
Tuesday, 26 October 2010 ,  Written by Michael Palmer
Sharp BD-HP90U 3D Blu-ray Player Preview
With as much a focus on internet connectivity options as on video and audio performance, Sharp's slimline series BD-HP90U Blu-ray Player is loaded with extras and is ready for 3D (whenever the studios, you know, release enough content to warrant swapping out all your expensive gear).  It is also essentially a BD-HP90U, except the color is a glossy black, costs about $50 more, and includes a stand for vertical or horizontal operation.The BD-HP90U from Sharp offers both a built in wired (LAN) and WiFi (B/G/N 802.11) capabilities for connection to a home network, which is becoming more and more common with just about every home electronics products.  Wireless is especially handy for those who have their router in another room.One connected to the Internet, the BD-HP90U is ready to access BD-Live features on Blu-rays as well as a plethora of ...
Tuesday, 26 October 2010 ,  Written by Michael Palmer
Sharp BD-HP80U 3D Blu-ray Player Preview
With as much a focus on internet connectivity options as on video and audio performance, Sharp's slimline series BD-HP80U Blu-ray Player is loaded with extras and is ready for 3D (whenever the studios, you know, release enough content to warrant swapping out all your expensive gear).The BD-HP80U from Sharp offers both a built in wired (LAN) and WiFi (B/G/N 802.11) capabilities for connection to a home network, which is becoming more and more common with just about every home electronics products.  Wireless is especially handy for those who have their router in another room.One connected to the Internet, the BD-HP80U is ready to access BD-Live features on Blu-rays as well as a plethora of audio and video streaming services, including Vudu (whose HDX rentals are the closest competitor to Blu-ray), Netflix, and Pandora.  Firmware updates will also be available over ...
Tuesday, 18 May 2010 ,  Written by Thomas Spurlin
Sony BDP-S570 3D Blu-ray Player Review
For a long time, Sony’s been struggling with a good problem to have regarding their standalone Blu-ray decks.  It doesn’t matter if their quality strong, the reaction time decent, and the supplemental specifics pleasing to the eye, they always have to combat price-wise against the company’s “flagship” player, the Playstation 3. On most occasions, their standalone decks of a comparable quality (such as the BDP-S560, reviewed here) were, on a good day, the same price as their game-playing iteration, a unit that’s become a reference machine for the likes of The Criterion Collection and others. However, with the whittled-down cost of Blu-ray technology, they’ve finally been able to nail down a wireless, attractive until with their BDP-S570 that’s a good $50 below the PS3’s $300 list price.  With wireless connectivity on-board, a sleek style makeover, snappy loading timeframes and respectable ...
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