Blu-ray Players Guide
We came face to face with Panasonic's 2012 AV line-up in the flesh, including their upcoming slew of Smart Viera televisions and a collection of home entertainment equipment. Here are the highlights of what we've gathered from the private seminar held at The Regent hotel last evening.
Yamaha presents the BRX-610 Receiver, featuring an integrated Blu-ray disc player that supports 3D Blu-ray playback with support for 5.1-channel outlets as well. The player is also compatible with HD Audio formats, such as Dolby True HD and DTS-HD Master Audio, and is capable of playing music from iPod/iPhone via its USB port.
IT Show 2012 is here! From HDTVs and projectors, to media players and headphones, we've got your audio and visual needs covered in this buying guide. Happy shopping!
We're here to help you suss out the best HDTV and projector deals at Sitex 2011. While you're at it, why not consider that lovely pair of headphones for your partner or a media player for the whole family?
The range of Blu-ray players promises viewers the convenience of watching their favorite movies in virtually any popular format, so playability is assured for their entire movie disc library at home.
Sony takes its home theater lineup on to the Internet today by introducing the 3D Blu-ray Home Theatre System (BDV-E380), and Blu-ray player with Wireless LAN Ready (BDP-S380).
ASUS just launched the new BW-12D1S-U. It enables an easy transition from DVD, the fastest and most reliable Blu-ray burning performance, and a unique artistic approach to optical media.
ASUS will be using CeBIT 2011 to showcase the O!Play BDS-700 3D Blu-ray player, the BW-12D1S-U external USB 3.0-based Blu-ray writer and NC1 headphones.
Sony revs up the new year with a fresh supply of CE products under their VAIO, Cyber-shot, Handycam and BRAVIA range. Checkout our article, as we bring you in-depth coverage on Sony's launch today centered around 3D and Internet connectivity from their Southeast Asia media conference.
Companies responsible for film, television and gaming media are touting it as the future of entertainment. Rather than thrill you, however, the increasing use 3D technology could make you feel ill according to optometrists.