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LG BD590 Blu-ray Player With VUDU And 250GB HDD Unveiled At CES 2010

Jan 6 2010, 12:44pm CST | by , in News | CES

LG BD590 Blu-ray Player With VUDU And 250GB HDD Unveiled At CES 2010
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LG unveiled their new flagship LG BD590 Blu-ray Player at the CES 2010. The LG BD590 is the only Blu-ray Disc player to feature an integrated hard drive, thereby creating a Media Library that delivers easy storage and instant playback of music, photos, personal videos and movies purchased from the VUDU service.

With its built-in 250GB hard drive the LG BD590 enables you to consolidate your digital media files in a single device for exceptional high-resolution enjoyment.

You can quickly copy and archive their CD music collection onto the BD590 by making use of the product’s MusicID feature powered by Gracenote.

Through LG’s NetCast functionality, the BD590 also allows consumers to purchase movies from VUDU, with the option to stream or store movies directly on the hard drive. Consumers also will enjoy built-in Wi-Fi connectivity that allows consumers flexibility when installing a home entertainment system by connecting directly to any existing 802.11n wireless home network. Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) functionality expands entertainment options by enabling easier access to family videos and pictures stored on other DLNA-enabled systems, allowing consumers to enjoy their favorite memories on the big HDTV screen, rather than smaller computer monitors.

Also on display this week at the CES 2010 are as part of LG’s full line of Network Blu-ray Disc products are the BD550 and BD570 players and LHB535 and LHB335 home theater systems, all featuring NetCast Entertainment Access.

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