Officially the Panasonic has introduced its new technology 3D Blu-ray recorders and players, including the DMP-BDT900-K. 3D Blu-ray player with an Advanced AVC encoding engine and a lot of ports, including two USB, Ethernet, two HDMI outs, one component out, and an SDXC compatible memory card port. All the rest models, the DMR-BWT3000 (2TB), DMR-BWT2000 (1TB), and DMR-BWT1000 (750GB), are 3D Blu-ray recorders. Each of them carries a 2Digital BS / 110°CS TV tuner, 1 Analog TV tuner, I. Link, SDXC memory card slot, Ethernet, VIERA Link, VOD Services, and BD-Live. It’s worth noting that the 2TB and 1TB models will have a pair of HDMI ports, but the 750GB model will come with only one. All three are capable of burning BD-RE discs at 1x, BD-R at 6x, and BD-R LTH, DVD-RAM, DVD-R, and DVD-R DL formats.
Panasonic’s 3D Blu-Ray Player
Available on April 23rd, the DMP-BDT900-K features the latest Advanced AVC Engine based on the UniPhier LSI, 2 USB ports, an Ethernet LAN ( 10BASE-T / 100BASE-TX ) port, 2 HDMI Output, one Component Output.
Like the latest Panasonic’s device, this new Blu-Ry player is compatible with SDXC memory card, and will also be able to read JPEG Files, as well as MPEG-2, MPEG-4 AVC / H.264 Video. It features the VIERA Link function, and is DLNA.
Lastly, the DMP-BDT900-K is compatible with BD-RE / BD-R / DVD-RAM / DVD-R / DVD+R / DVD-R DL / DVD-RW / DVD+RW / CD-R / RW.
Panasonic’s 3D Blu-Ray Recorder
Regarding the 3D Blu-Ray recorders, also available on April 23rd, they 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 (Compatible with JPEG, MPEG-2, MPEG-4 AVC / H.264), the Ethernet LAN (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX), the VIERA Link, the latest generation of UniPhier system LSI, YouTube VOD Services, and BD-Live.