Trustedreviews.com har anmeldt Panasonic DMP-BD45, en ny blu-ray afspiller med et prispunkt der skal hjælpe Panasonic med at ramme en gruppe købere som andre producenter har siddet på indtil nu.
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Every year we look forward to Panasonic’s new Blu-ray players like a kid looks forward to Christmas, but this year’s range has inspired new levels of excitement. Why? Because the four-strong 2010 line-up not only adds all the snazzy features offered by its Korean rivals, but it also includes the company’s first 3D-capable deck, the DMP-BDD300. The 3D deck is out later in the year, but March sees the launch of three lower-specced but no less appetising hi-def players, the DMP-BD85, DMP-BD65 and DMP-BD45.
However, we’re easing ourselves in gently with the entry-level DMP-BD45, which comes equipped with a basic feature list at an attractive price, giving buyers on a tight budget a chance to sample some of Panasonic’s lauded picture prowess. The step-up model, DMP-BD65, adds Wi-Fi support among other networking features for a £30 premium, while the next one up, DMP-BD85, costs around £300 but offers ‘high-grade’ electronics, built-in 802.11n Wi-Fi support, DLNA networking and everything else you could ever want from a Blu-ray deck (except 3D, of course). Look out for a review of the BD85 next week.