Toshiba started to get over its tragically failed relationship withwith a quick rebound fling -- the Blu-ray player. Now it's ironed its best shirt, slapped on some and is really back in the game with a nice cheap date: the entry-level BDX2100KB.
Toshiba's second Blu-ray player outputs images at 1080p/24p and offers an Ethernet jack for access to all the entirely missable Profile 2.0 features you could possibly want. There's also a USB port that will let you play back MP3 and WMA music files on your TV, and JPEG photo files too.
Support for the Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD MA codecs means this machine should be capable of giving your ears a sonic treat, and there's support for 7.1-channel output via the HDMI port. DivX video files are also supported, as are MKV files, which is something we're always pleased to see. Toshiba's upscaling hardware has left us pleasantly surprised when watching DVDs in the past, and the BDX2100KB promises to be no different in this regard.
The BDX2100KB is expected to be available in May for £130. We've Sony BDP-S360, we're always glad to see a machine whose relatively low price could contribute to more people clambering aboard the high-definition bandwagon.before about Toshiba crashing the Blu-ray player party, but, as with the