I guess now that Blu-ray discs are getting cheaper it’s only natural that portable players will come into their own, and Panasonic has made history by creating the worlds first travel Blu-ray DVD player. The DMP-B15 has a 8.9 inch WSVGA screen, and has a three hour rechargeable battery. More excitingly however is the fact that the machine has an HDMI slot which means you can hook it up to an
Now a 70x zoom is extraordinary. Seriously that one fact basically overshadows every other thing they’ve said about their three new camcorders. Think about it, you’ll basically be able to zoom in on a piece of spaghetti someone is eating and capture every last drop of grease dripping from it. Nice.
It’s the conference we’ve all been waiting for, the one that will fill us in on the plausibility of 3DTV and how likely it is that this will be brought to the masses. The auditorium is bathed in a translucent blue light and interesting posters entice us and hint at revelations in the camera and 3DTV arena. There’s a wash of chatter filling the air, but it has a more hushed and reverential quality than any I’ve experienced so far today. People are hoping for something special, and Panasonic better not disappoint.
It’s a murky Wednesday morning here in Vegas and I’m caffeined up to the nines to prevent an onset of jet lag. I’m sitting in the Sharp press conference, awaiting news of their lineup for 2009- will I be wowed or left wanting? Read on to find out…
20:33 Two new Blu-ray players are announced. They incorporate several features to improve the home experience, with lower power consumption and advanced audio clarity. They’ll cost from $229-$269, and have incorporate 2GB USB sticks to easily upload content. That’s all for now folks!