twice connect

Panasonic Expands 3D Blu-ray Line

7/28/2010 11:21:03 AM Eastern

Secaucus, N.J. -
Panasonic expanded its line of FullHD 3D Blu-ray Disc players, adding a model that
drops a few features in favor of pricing.

The DMP-BDT100 will be
available in August, and although pricing wasn't given, a spokesman for
Panasonic said the BDT100 eliminates a few things in favor of pricing when
compared with the other models in the line: DMP-BDT300 and DMP-BDT350.

The BDT100 has one HDMI
output, whereas the BDT350 has two, and it also does not have Digital Living
Network Alliance (DLNA). While it is Wi-Fi-ready, the dongle is sold separately
unlike being included with the BDT350.

The BDT100 is able to
produce FullHD 3D images to compatible HD displays, and it's also designed to
up-convert standard-definition to 1080p. 

It also has Viera Cast
Internet functionality for streaming Netflix, Amazon VOD, Twitter and YouTube
videos; wireless LAN capability; and integrated SD and USB slots.

According to Panasonic,
the BDT100 has a 0.5-second boot-up time.

Panasonic also updated
its camcorder line.

Nationwide PrimeTime 2014

Scenes from Nationwide PrimeTime buy fair held in

ProSource Meeting Filled With Optimism

San Antonio — Optimism reigned at ProSource’s

Ingram Draws 500 To Spring Vendor Expo

Scottsdale, Ariz. — Ingram Micro Consumer

CEA Holds ’14 Digital Patriots Dinner

Washington — CEA held its annual Digital Patriots’

8 Technology Accessories For a Greener Earth

An Earth Day review of Earth-friendly products, by

BrandSource Shows Diverse Product Selection

BrandSource’s Summit show at the Marriott World