Posted Fri Mar 4, 2011 at 09:00 AM PST by Dick Ward
The company introduced three new 3D players and one 2D player for those that want to stick with two dimensions.
Panasonic's BDT310, BDT210 and BDT110 are 3D solid Blu-ray players that are all capable of taking your 2D content from DVDs and Blu-rays and converting it to 3D. They include a 3D Enhancer to improve the picture and a Depth Control setting that allows you to adjust the intensity of the 3D effect.
The 210 and 310 also feature built-in Wi-Fi, iPhone control and a new touchless sensor that opens and closes the disc tray. The 110 can do wireless internet as well, though it does so via an included wireless adapter.
If you're not into the whole 3D thing, there's the BD75. Like the others it offers an updated design and internet capabilities, but it doesn't do wireless.
All of Panasonics new Blu-ray players are available now, aside from the BDT310 which will be hitting shelves in May.
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