January 06, 2010 by Steve Crowe
Toshiba might have been a little late to the Blu-ray game, but the company made a splash at CES 2010 with three Blu-ray players: the BDX2500, BDX2700, and 3D-ready BDX3000.
All three models will feature online streaming through partnerships with Netflix, CinemaNow, Vudu, and Pandora.
Other features on each model include: upconversion of standard definition DVDs, BD-Live capabilities, and playback of MP3, HD-JPEG, WMA and AVCHD.
The audio options across the board include decoding of Dolby TrueHD and DTS HD Master Audio via analog 7.1 channel outputs or HDMI.
The BDX2500 has a USB port for a wireless dongle, while the BDX2500 adds built-in wireless connectivity.
Pricing: BDX2500 ($199.99 in spring 2010); BDX2700 ($249.99 in spring 2010); BDX3000 (price not announced for third quarter release).
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