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Highlights from CES 2010

Jan 11th, 2010

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3D is all the rage at this year's convention

 

No release date or complete description has been revealed for any of them, but there were four new 3D Blu-ray players showcased at CES this year (as well as a Sony BDV-HZ970W 3D Blu-ray Home Theater in a Box (HTIB) system). The Samsung BD-C3900, Sony BDP-S770 and Toshiba BDX3000 all wowed, but it was the Pasanonic DMP-BDT350 that knocked everybody's socks off. With dual HDMI outputs - there is worry about compatibility between the new HDMI 1.4 standard and most receivers (dual output would allow the player's audio and video to go to the receiver and HDTV, respectively) - this sleek little number, when hooked up to one of the new 3D HDTVs also announced at CES, theoretically would offer full 1080p resolution in full-blown 3D (you'll of course have to wear active shutter 3D glasses).

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