Hi, I'm Sharon Vaknin here with the Panasonic DMP-BDT310 Blu-ray player.
Now, what's really unique about this player is that it can convert 2D content to 3D and once you're there you can also address settings like tap to field and how much systems out of you.
It also has Wi-Fi integration, so you have access to VIERA Cast and all of Panasonic streaming content like Netflix, but another feature is DLNA connectivity.
So, you can access content that's on your home network like music and videos.
Another mean feature is Skype, so you can make and receive calls with this Blu-ray player.
You will need the accessory, but one you have it, you can also receive video voice mails through the SD card slot.
Another cool feature is that you can open in close your tray by swiping hand over it.
So, it's pretty futuristic and of course this particular model comes with an extra HDMI port, which is what sets it apart from the 210 model.
We don't know how much it will cost, but this player will be available in the spring.
For CNET.com, I'm Sharon Vaknin.
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