Toshiba has revealed the BDX3100KB, its first 3D Blu-ray Player. The company has also introduced a new entry-level 2D Blu-ray Player, the BDX1100KB. Both the players will ship in sometime in October.
The BDX3100KB will be providing support for 1080p 3D content which can be connected to a TV via an HDMI. You can transmit 7.1–channel audio in Dolby TrueHD or DTS HD Master Audio Essentials formats.
Apart from playing Blu-ray discs, the 3D player will also let you enjoy a wide range of additional video formats which includes MKV, DivX, HD-JPEG, AVCHD and MP3. The files can be loaded onto a USB stick which can be connected to the player.
The 2D player is aimed at those who are conscious about their budget. The player provide support for 1080p output, Dolby TrueHD, HD upscaling and DTS-HD Master Audio. Both the models will also help you to get access to BD-Live content.
Both the devices are set to be launched in the UK next month. No word on the price tag or when we can expect both the players in North America.
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Posted September 6th, 2010 in News by Michael