Panasonic has brought the new DMP-BBT01 Wi-Fi integrated, stylish 3D Blu-Ray DVD Player. This player features smart home networking, high-quality picture and sound, ease-of-use, eco-efficiency, and sleek design. Panasonic developed a new compact design concept for this 3D Blu-Ray player. The player’s stylish compact body has a range of elegant variations to match your living room. Check more details below.
The features of DMP-BBT01 3D Blu-Ray player features VIERA Connect functionality. This allows you to use utilize cloud technology to present unlimited entertainment, social networking, media streaming, gaming and more. The player also supports many popular apps like Skype, Facebook, Twitter, My space, Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, Vudu, Pandora and Flixster. You can find your favorite movies and video content easily with one-step search, which allows you to cross search from multiple Video On Demand (VOD) services.
There are also some great communication facilities through social networking apps. While you are watching sports events live or playing games on TV, you can share your excitement by chatting with your friends simultaneously.
The Blu-Ray player features awesome picture quality with 24p output for VOD and great sound with the UniPhier Chip. The Easy Connectivity supports DLNA, so that you can easily share and enjoy digital photos (JPEG), music (MP3, WMA) and videos (AVCHD, WMV) by simply connecting to a home network (LAN). The Wi-Fi system of the player allows you to enjoy VIERA Connect and BD-Live content without having to connect with a LAN cable or wireless LAN adapter. The player is also compatible with the NTFS format HDD.
The BBT01 also comes with a new remote control that has a touch pad for intuitive operation, and easy navigation through the GUI on the screen. There is also a Panasonic app available in Apple App Store and Google Play store for using your iOS and Android device as a remote control for your BBT01.
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