[ Background music ] >> Brian Tong: What's up guys? Brian Tong here at CES 2010 in front of me with this Sony BDPS770. Now this is their 3D Blu-ray player that's the big thing going on right now and really to take advantage of all of this 3D stuff you're gonna need a 3D Blu-ray player, a 3D TV, a 3D surround system so this is one of the pieces to that puzzle. Now this also has Wi-Fi so you can get information and content over your wireless network or through the Ethernet port. It obviously is gonna also support HDMI. Another thing it is a DLNA device so if you have other computers on the network you can actually talk to them and get the content like your movies, your photos and your music and play them through this device. Now this is also a DLNA supported device so if you have computers on your home network it can talk to them and take things like your photos, your music and your movies and play them through here. This is also gonna include Sony's Bravia internet video service so what that means is there's a lot of different applications for you to stream video content. [ Background music ] >> Brain Tong: This Blu-ray player has it so currently there is no pricing available yet. It will be available sometime in summer of 2010 but this is Sony's 3D Wi-Fi Blu-ray player. I'm Brian Tong for CNET at CES 2010.
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