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>>[background noise] Brian Tong here at CES 2010, here at Panasonic's booth checking out their full HD 3D Blu-ray Player in the BDT350. And if you look at this thing, you know, it look like your standard Blu-ray player but there are a few features in here that make it different. It has two HDMI ports on the back. Now one of them will support HDMI 1.4, which is the standard that you need to pump 3D video through the player to a TV set. But then for a lot of people that have earlier receivers that don't have HDMI 1.4, the other port has HDMI 1.3 to support your earlier receiver so you don't have to buy all new equipment. You'll also find a USB port in the front, under this panel here, on the player. That allows you to connect a media device, like a flash drive, that has videos, music and photos and then you can watch them through the TV. This is also a network connected Blu-ray player so you can have access to all the viewer cast services like YouTube and Pandora and some of their new applications such as Netflix and Twitter. So there you have it. There's no pricing available on this unit yet. It will be released sometime in 2010 but there's no specific date. But here's your first look at Panasonics full HD 3D Blu-ray player. I'm Brian Tong at CES 2010.
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