They offer built-in Wi-Fi, USB connections, and one offers an MHL input for your mobile devices.
Sharp has announced a pair of new Blu-ray players, both of which offer the sort of things you'd expect from Blu-ray players in 2012. They pack Wi-Fi connectivity for video streaming, a Super Picture setting designed to improve video from DVDs and streaming content as well as a DLNA interface.
The Sharp BD-AMS10U ($179) offers all that plus a front USB port so you can pull media from cameras and external hard drives. Stepping it up a bit, the Sharp BD-AMS20U ($199) gives you an MHL connection that lets you watch video from your phone on your TV.
Sharp's BD-AMS10U will be available in March, while the BD-AMS20U will be coming this April.