Amazingly, this high-end Panasonic model is new, not refurbished. And it supports such advanced features as BD-Live, video on demand, YouTube streaming, and more.
Memorex has announced a new Blu-ray player, the MVBD-2520, which is Profile 2.0 compliant and will cost $200.
Panasonic is leapfrogging its competitors again, with the newly announced DMP-BD50, as its the first Blu-ray player to be Profile 2.0 compatible.
Wondering what the lawyers and programmers are talking about in the highest-profile tech trial in years? Here's a guide to the ties between Android and Java -- and the history leading up to the case.
We like the Panasonic DMP-BD45, but, despite its good performance, its lack of Profile 2.0 support is inexcusable.
Typical price: $229.00
If you're aching for the 3D experience at home, you'll be needing a 3D TV and 3D Blu-ray player. Here, we'll give you the low-down on Blu-ray, and what players are available
Still listening to sound from Blu-ray movies through your TV? We've told you about this before and we'd hate to have to tell you again, so check out Panasonic's new home-cinema range
People buy home theater in a box systems for lots of reasons, but sound quality isn't one of them. Denon has a solution at hand: the S-5DB.
Amazon is offering an entry-level model that's also the lowest-priced nonrefurbished Blu-ray player we've seen. And it comes with one frill: an SD card reader.
The Panasonic DMP-BD70V doesn't record like your old VCR, but it can play your old tapes. It's also a nicely equipped Profile 2.0 Blu-ray player.