Panasonic Announces DMP-BDT100 Full HD 3D Blu-Ray Player

Panasonic BDT100The leader in Full High-Definition 3D Technology, Panasonic, announced the DMP-BDT100 Full HD 3D Blu-Ray Disc Player, which is going to be available starting August, 2010. The Pricing of the device is not available yet.

“From the beginning, Panasonic has led the way into the 3D era with end-to-end solutions ranging from our critically-acclaimed Full HD 3D VIERA Plasma TVs and 3D Blu-ray Disc Players, to professional 3D camcorders and our work with Hollywood studios on the authoring of Full HD Blu-ray 3D video content,” said Richard Simone, Vice President, Panasonic Networking Group. “The addition of the BDT100 3D Blu-ray Disc Player to our line-up marks one of many planned expansions of our 3D offerings designed to give consumers more options and greater access to the immersive world of 3D entertainment for the home.”

The Panasonic DMP-BDT100 is able to output immersive Full high-definition 3D images to HD display that are compatible with the device, while handling a wide range of the audio standards today. It is also able to convert standard definition quality video to high-definition quality at 1080p. The DMP-BDT100 by Panasonic also comes equipped with the proprietary internet functionality of Panasonic, VIERA CAST, bringing a range of streaming services like NETFLIX and Amazon VOD into the consumer’s living room. The player also features Wireless LAN, eliminating the need of cables.

Thanks to the integrated SD Card and USB Slot, consumers will also be able to watch JPEG images and AVCHD and MPEG2 movies recorded on digital cameras and camcorders.

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