New Panasonic 3D Blu-Ray players with SD card slots announced 5 May 2011 17:17:18
Panasonic is to release two new 3D Blu-Ray players, both of which will be compatible with memory cards via SD card slots.
Called the DMR-BWT800 and DMR-BWT700, the addition of memory card slots allows users to plug in AVCHD content.
Meanwhile, both players have DLNA server functionality and Wi-Fi and users can also connect to Panasonic's Viera Cast through the machines, reports techradar.com.
Other features include built-in Freeview+HD and the ability to convert 2D programmes recorded on the players into 3D, while there is also a function to record unprotected hard-drive content on to a Blu-Ray drive at high speed.
However, the news provider reports that, while the new Blu-Ray players are expected to be available soon, UK pricing and a specific release date are yet to be announced.
It has also been announced this week that Logitech has created an HD webcam for use with Panasonic's Viera-Connect HDTVs.
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