At the Tokyo International Forum in the Yurakucho District, Panasonic unveiled four new 3D capable Blu-ray Players the DMP-BDT900-K (Player), the DMR-BWT3000 (2TB BD Recorder), DMR-BWT2000 (1TB BD Recorder), and the DMR-BWT1000 (750GB BD Recorder). The DMP-BDT900-K player is a pretty straight forward model, featuring the latest Advanced AVC encoding engine, and a bevy of ports including two USB, Ethernet, two HDMI outs, one component out, and an SDXC compatible memory card slot.
The new Panasonic Blu-ray 3D recorders feature 2Digital BS / 110°CS TV tuner, 1 Analog TV tuner, 2 HDMI Output (2TB and 1TB) model, 1 HDMI port (750GB model), the i.Link, SDXC memory card slot, the Ethernet LAN (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX), the VIERA Link, the latest generation of UniPhier system LSI, YouTube VOD Services, and BD-Live.
Akihabara reports that all four of these new products will be available on April 23rd of this year.
Images provided by Akihabara.
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