Posts Tagged ‘Panasonic’

Blu-ray Emmy® Winners Honoured at CES 2011

Published January 19th, 2011

Tweet [tweetmeme source= "blurayreporter" only_single=false] Back in November we brought you fantastic news that the Panasonic Corporation, Royal Philips Electronics, Sony Corporation and TDK Corporation were soon to be presented with an Emmy® Award on behalf of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS). The 2011 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas hosted [...]

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Panasonic shows off ‚Äúworld’s smallest Blu-ray recorder‚Äù

Published October 29th, 2010

Tweet [tweetmeme source= "blurayreporter" only_single=false] T3 magazine has had an advance look at the Panasonic DIGA DMR-BF200, a Digital Video Recorder that integrates both a Blu-ray Disc player/recorder and a hard disk drive. The player’s dimensions are a tiny 65 x 210 x 194mm, making it the smallest Blu-ray recorder ever seen. It will be [...]

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IFA 2010 in pictures

Published September 3rd, 2010

Tweet We’ve been visting the booths at IFA over the last couple of days and wanted to share some images of the biggest and best. Philips: Panasonic: Sony:

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IFA 2010 round-up: Panasonic

Published September 3rd, 2010

Tweet Panasonic’s press conference and booth revealed¬†a wide array of new 3D technology for the home, including 3D camcorders and a streaming service which will deliver 3D content directly to TVs. The company’s Blu-ray Disc highlights included: Panasonic’s first¬†3D Blu-ray players The DMP-BT100 and DMP-BT300 are Panasonic’s first foray into the world of Blu-ray 3D. [...]

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Panasonic unveils two new 3D Blu-ray players

Published August 6th, 2010

Tweet [tweetmeme source= "blurayreporter" only_single=false] Panasonic has this week revealed two new 3D Blu-ray players. Encompassing advanced image technologies, the DMP-BDT100 and the DMP-BDT350 will bring a more lifelike viewing experience to us all. As well as playing 3D content, the BDT100 up-scales standard definition content to 1080p and has an impressive boot up time [...]

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Panasonic announces TVs with built-in 3D Blu-ray players

Published July 29th, 2010

Tweet [tweetmeme source= "blurayreporter" only_single=false] Panasonic has revealed some new Viera 3D TVs that are set to make it easier to enjoy 3D Blu-ray in the home. The RT2B range, only announced so far for the Japanese market, includes a built in 3D Blu-ray player. Available in 42 and 46-inch screens, they will also boast [...]

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Panasonic debuts new Blu-ray Disc Recorder range

Published June 18th, 2010

Tweet [tweetmeme source= "blurayreporter" only_single=false] Panasonic has just revealed two feature-packed Blu-ray Disc Recorders for the UK market. As well as playing Blu-ray Discs with support for BD-Live, both the DMR-BW880EBK and BW780EBK include tuners to receive high definition television services which can be recorded to a dual-layer Blu-ray Disc. The recorders can also view [...]

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Panasonic launches mid-range DMP-BD65 player

Published June 4th, 2010

Tweet UK technology experts Tech Radar have taken a look at Panasonic’s new mid-range Blu-ray Disc player, the DMP-BD65. The player has picture-boosting circuitry designed to enhance the display quality of Blu-ray Discs, something that Tech Radar deemed its greatest plus point.  BD-Live online content is supported, and the player also includes a USB slot [...]

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Europe gears up for Blu-ray 3D as first 3DTVs go on sale

Published May 4th, 2010

Tweet [tweetmeme source= "blurayreporter" only_single=false] 3D technology made its long-awaited first foray into consumers’ homes this week as the first 3D enabled TVs and Blu-ray 3D players went on sale in the UK. Samsung was the first to have its technology in stores, with the 40-inch UE40-C7000 TV and BD-C6900 Blu-ray 3D player available from [...]

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Panasonic demos DMP-BT300 3D Blu-ray player

Published February 24th, 2010

Tweet The UK’s Stuff magazine has had a sneak preview of Panasonic’s first 3D Blu-ray player, the DMP-BT300. First shown at CES in January, the 3D player is expected to go on sale in Europe from May. Following the announcement of the final Blu-ray 3D specification, the player delivers a full HD image to both [...]

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