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New Blu-Ray Player From Samsung Will Store Your DVDs In The Cloud

This is an interesting development. Store your DVDs in the cloud. Hopefully they develop the technology so we do not have thousands of users storing the same 8Gigabyte DVD each to their own disk.

"The other big feature on the BD-E6500 is disc-to-digital, which enables you to "sync" your DVD collection in the cloud, making it accessible from any device which has the Flixster app. The idea is you pop a DVD in the BD-E6500, it scans the disc to confirm it's a legitimate DVD, then you have the option of paying a nominal fee--I've heard it's around $1--for a cloud copy. You'll also have the option to pay a larger fee to get an HD cloud copy. Blu-ray scanning isn't available yet. Click here to visit the original source of this article"

Having your DVDs available anywhere is a great idea, however, you will need broadband and plenty of available bandwidth. A movie that skips during playback is not fun to watch. In fact, a low resolution playback that plays with no skips is preferable to a high resolution that does.

Panasonic's 2012 Blu-ray Players

After bowing out of the HD DVD and Blu Ray war, Panasonic has come around and are introducing exciting new Blu Ray players at a incredible pace. They are at the forefront of the technology now and extremely aggressive in their pricing. At CES Panasonic introduced brand new players.

"Panasonic has long been considered one of the top shelf brands when it comes to consumer electronics, and their new lineup of blu-ray players will prove to greatly evolve the high definition movie environment.

One of the newest models revealed at the CES 2012 show was the Panasonic DMP-BBT01, which is like a shinier and skinnier black Wii. And yes, not only do these bad boys fulfill Netflix, Skype, and Amazon VOD via Wi-Fi but also smart phones, which can be used to function as the system’s remote control (so hunting down that damn remote that the cat, Cosmo, swiped far under the couch won’t be necessary).

Panasonic’s been noted as having the top of the line blu-ray players and since the HD movie experience has come into its own, they’ve done nothing but improve upon their intuitive and efficient designs.

The sound will be better now (and it was already adept at surround formats before, folks), as the new models use the audio codec FLAC, an audio format similar to MP3, but lossless, meaning that audio is compressed in FLAC without any loss in quality, and the new sound environments provide a tube amplifier-like warmth. Click here to visit the original source of this article"

The price of these players are attractive and introduce new exiting functionality such as Amazon, Netflix and Skype integration.

 

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