January 09, 2010 by Tom LeBlanc
Blu-ray players are becoming a commodity in the sense that a $78 Blu-ray player can be bought at Walmart.
Manufacturers do, however, offer compelling reasons why consumers ought to shell out more cash for better Blu-ray players. It’s up to consumers, of course, to decide if those features are worth saving hundreds — or even thousands — of dollars.
CES 2010 saw several super-expensive Blu-ray player releases.
You’ll notice that none of the pricey Blu-ray players are 3D compatible. There weren’t many — if any — prices announced for the 3D-friendly Blu-ray players touted during CES.
Click here for 5 Ridiculously Expensive Blu-ray Players.
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