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Score a refurbished Blu-ray player on the cheap or spend a little extra on a new model with your choice of movies. Mediocre movies, yes, but overall, you still come out ahead.
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CNET Senior Associate Editor Matthew Moskovciak shares some general tips on shopping for a Blu-ray player on a budget.
CNET takes an initial hands-on look at the Panasonic DMP-B15, the first portable Blu-ray player.
Harmon Kardon is releasing its first Blu-ray player, the BDP 1, but its relatively high price and lack of advanced features keep it a step behind the competition.
Panasonic announces that its DMP-B15, the world's first purported all-in-one Blu-ray player, will be available in June for a suggested retail price of $800.
CNET reviews the LG BD390, finding that its combination of excellent image quality, superfast loading times, and currently unbeatable feature set make it the top choice among premium standalone Blu-ray players.
According to The NPD Group, first-quarter 2009 sales of stand-alone Blu-ray players (read: not including the PS3) in the U.S. surpassed 400,000 units, an increase of 72 percent over Q1 2008.
The Sony BDP-S360 connects to the Internet for pointless extras, but it also plays Blu-rays and is aided in that noble endeavour by the HT-SS360 and HT-FS3 surround-sound systems
CNET compares five new 2009 Blu-ray players, with all of them (finally) getting the Blu-ray basics right.