There have been portable DVD players on the market for a very long time and now there are now a few portable Blu-ray players on the market too. Panasonic unveiled its first a while back and at CES this week it unveiled two more portable Blu-ray players.
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The players are called the DMP-B500 and DMP-B100 and both use the PHL Reference Chroma Processor Plus technology. The tech reproduces colors with twice the accuracy of other systems. The B500 has a 10.1-inch screen and VIERA CAST internet functionality with WiFi built-in. The device also has an SD card slot.
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Other features include a USB port, Dolby Digital, and DTS sound. The B100 is very similar but has an 8.9-inch screen and an SD memory card. The B100 also supports Dolby Digital and DTS HD sound. Both of the players will hit the market this spring.
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