Hey guys, Brian Tong here with CNET.com at CES 2011 and next tome is Sony's booth.
This is Sony's flagship Blu-ray player.
It's the BDP-S780.
What makes it different from the last year.
This is a full 3D Blu-ray player that supports 3D, but also it gonna be able to take your 2D content from older DVDs and this converts that content to 3D content as well.
Now, another feature this is the ability to use kinda like in partnership with you mobile phones.
Everyone is using them, android phones and iPhones.
There is an app that talks to this device and Sony home theater speaker system that allows you to play your content through the entire system itself and another feature that makes it cool is Skype.
We've seen Skype making moves into consumer electronics.
There's a USB port here on the corner of this device.
All you need is a Skype compatible camera and then you can video conference with your friends and family wherever they are.
Now the set-top box does have built in Wi-Fi.
It also supports Sony's media service like Bravia and Qriocity, so that means you're gonna get YouTube, Netflix, Pandora and a whole other bunch of services packed in here,
part of their connected devices addition of that were seen in a lot of devices this year at CES 2011.
The price point for will be 249 dollars, will be available sometime time in spring of 2011, but there you have it, Sony's flagship Blu-ray player, the BDP-S780.
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