Panasonic Introduces 2011 Blu-ray Player Lineup – 3D Blu-ray line gets 2D-to-3D conversion, Skype

Panasonic DMP-BDT210

Panasonic unveiled its 2011 Blu-ray line at the CES show in Las Vegas which included four new Blu-ray players, three of them 3D compatible, three 3D home theater systems, and a new portable BD player. The new models introduce Skype video/voice communication, Touch-Free sensor, iPhone remote feature, built-in WiFi and reduced power consumption.

Blu-ray players


  • New UniPhier chip
  • HDMI Pure Audio
  • Updated design, making operation simple with icons and text indications
  • Ultra-quick playback
  • Customizable home screen using your favorite photo or wallpaper
  • Compact slim design and packaging reduction (50% less from 2010 models), significantly reducing CO2 emissions


Like the DMP-BD75, plus:

  • 3D Blu-ray
  • 2D-3D Conversion
  • 3D Effect Controller to adjust the amount of depth and “leaping effects” of 3D images
  • Optional wireless adaptor for local area network connections
  • Skype with Standby Mode, Auto Answering Video Message and Video Voice Mail Recording which automatically records messages left onto an SD card
  • DLNA-certified
  • iPhone remote app
  • Energy-saving design with a 48% reduction in power consumption


Like the DMP-BDT110, plus:

  • Touch-Free Sensor to open and close the disc tray for smooth operation, perfect for dark rooms
  • Built-in Wi-Fi System


Like the DMP-BDT210, plus:

  • Dual HDMI outputs

Blu-ray home theater systems


  • Full HD 3D
  • 3D Effect Controller
  • Internal wireless LAN
  • VIERA CAST with CinemaNow and Vudu
  • Universal Dock for iPod/iPhone
  • HDMI with Audio Return Channel (ARC)


Like the SC-BTT270, plus:

  • Skype
  • Down-firing subwoofer
  • One HDMI output and two HDMI inputs
  • Standby Pass through for HD and 3D gaming and set-top box connections
  • Optional rear wireless speakers


Like the SC-BTT370, plus:

  • Included rear wireless speakers

Portable Blu-ray players


  • 8.9-inch High Resolution WSVGA screen
  • HDMI output
  • Four hours of playback, with the option for a new longer lasting battery for up to eight hours of viewing
  • VIERA Link
  • SD Memory card slot to play back digital still JPEG images and High Definition video (AVCHD)
  • Car DC adaptor

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