blu-ray

New Sylvania Blu-ray Player

In case you are looking for an affordable yet good Blu-ray player, check out the latest one made by Sylvania which only cots $60 and comes with a good set of features.

The Sylvania Blu-ray Player supports full 1080p HD playback and also Deep Color processing. read more…

New Sharp Blu-Ray recorders: BD-HDW55 and BD-HDW53

Sharp has recently announced two new blu-ray recorders of the Osaka 2 lineup, which are also known as BD-HDW55 and BD-HDW53. The main difference between the two models is the hard-drive, the first model has 500GB of storage capacity while the second model has a hard-drive of 320GB. read more…

Samsung 3D BD-C6900 Blu-ray Player Available at Amazon for $360

The Samsung 3D BD-CD900 Blu-ray player initially came out last week along with Samsung’s new roster of Blu-ray player models. Now, that same blu-ray player is reportedly shipping at Amazon. The Samsung BD-C6900 1080p 3D Blu-ray Disc Player retails for $359. read more…

PowerDVD updated to support 3D Blu-rays

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I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: 3DTV is all the rage. Cyberlinks apparantly knows this and has just announced that their PowerDVD software will be getting an update to support 3D Blu-ray Discs. read more…

Philips BDP5010 Blu-ray player for less than $70 at Target

Thanks to Engadget we now know that Philips‘ BDP5010 Blu-ray player is up for sale at just $69.98. This player includes DiVX support, an SDHC card reader, BD Live and an HDMI port.

But common, 70 bucks for a Blu-ray player pretty much make any and all features besides the bare bones irrelevant. read more…

Best Buy and Panasonic team up for 3D TV/Blu-ray package

And in other 3D news, Panasonic is putting out their own 3D bundles. These ones are available exclusively at Best Buy, which is probably some good business deal somewhere.

Panasonic is starting by releasing their 50-inch TC-P50VT20 TV and 3D compatible DMP-BDT300 Blu-ray Player along with a pair of 3D glasses (TY-EW3D10U) for about $2,900. read more…

Samsung Releases 2010 Blu-Ray Player Models




Samsung Electronics has unveiled its new crop of ground-breaking 2010 Blu-ray players with prices starting at $179. read more…

Sony Unveils Two New 3D Blu-Ray Players

Sony has introduced the covers of two new 3D Blu-ray players with the BD-S470 and the BD-S570. While Mark had already tackled the BD-S470, the Sony BD-S570 has a built-in WiFi together with some noise reduction technology. read more…

DX Antenna DXWB320 VHS and Blu-Ray Recorder Combo

Here is another combo recorder for you from DX Antenna. While we are familiar with the usual VHS and VCD or VHS and DVD combos, the DWXB320 VHS and Blu-Ray recorder should be an interesting contraption to consider. read more…

SAMSUNG BD-C5500 Blu-Ray Disc Player

The new Samsung BD-C5500 Blu-ray player is designed for those who are looking for Blu-ray Disc playback. Online shopping, image sharing and getting connected to a range of streaming digital content at one single touch are some exclusive features of this player. read more…

Buy a Marantz Blu-ray Player and Get a Roku HD Player Free

Here is a sweet deal for you. If you are in the market for a high-end Blu-ray player, check out this great deal from Marantz. When you buy a Marantz Blu-ray player you get a free Roku Player via a mail-in rebate. read more…

LGs 3D TV and Blu-ray Launch Details Leaked on Google-you be the Detective

Can you hear the CSI music…Now here is the information gathered, you be the detective…
The Crime – Leaked LG info of ‘Top Secret Product Launch MAR/APR’ by sharing a Google Document. read more…

Panasonic DIGA 3D Blu-ray Recorders

Panasonic-DIGA-DMR-BWT3000-DMR-BWT2000-and-DMR-BWT1000-3D-Blu-ray-Recorders Panasonic has launched three new 3D enabled Blu-ray recorders in Japan. All the three recorders, DIGA DMR-BWT3000, DMR-BWT2000 and DMR-BWT1000 come equipped with dual digital tuner and internal hard drive of 2 TB, 1 TB and 750GB, respectively. read more…

Redbox Goes Blu-Ray This Spring

Hot on the heels of the news that Redbox knuckled under to the studios’ demands for a rental window comes the exciting announcement that Redbox, starting in the second quarter of this year (so sometime between March and May fifteenth, typically) will be offering Blu-ray discs. read more…

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