We never got a full overview of Panasonic’s new Blu-ray players at CES but the Blu-ray players are now appearing in Europe and USA. In this article we introduce you to the new line-up.
Panasonic's 2012 Blu-ray players
Panasonic will introduce several new Blu-ray players ranging from low-end to high-end. The line-up includes DMP-BBT01 with the notable design. Panasonic has also released DMP-BDT500, DMP-BDT320, DMP-BDT220 and DMP-BDT120 and a DMP-BD77 without 3D.
All players, except the cheapest model, support 3D and 2D playback, as well as DVD and CD discs. Most also come with built-in WiFi and access to Panasonic’s Smart Viera platform, including YouTube and Skype apps.
The players support DLNA for streaming of video, music and pictures from other devices on the home network, and the three most advanced models come with Panasonic’s new touch remote.
Panasonic’s new touch remote
DMP-BDT500 is the flagship model and differs from its lesser brethren by offering 2 HDMI outputs and support for 7.1 surround sound.
Most of the models are available now and the rest will be available throughout Europe and USA shortly.