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Wednesday, 03 June 2009

The two networked Blu-Ray players, the LG BD370 (SRP: $300) and BD390 (SRP: $400), that LG announced at the International CES earlier this year are shipping now.  They offer content-on-demand access to services like Youtube and Netflix through NetCast Entertainment Access and Wi-Fi.

The BD390 uses Wi-Fi to access the Internet through a personal network.  It includes Roxio CinemaNow access, which makes it the first Blu-Ray player to offer download-to-own or Pay-Per-View options.  Both of the players includes an Ethernet port and USB input.  They provide video support for 1080p HD video, and 1080p upscaling for DVD content, as well as audio support for surround sound formats from Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio Essential.







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