You might recognize the ToshibaBDX2500 and BDX2700 Blu-ray player names from CES this year where they were introduced. If you like the idea of those players, you can finally buy one for yourself. Both of the players are available right now.
The Toshiba players are very similar and both support full 1080p content at 24fps and access to Netflix, Blockbuster On Demand, VUDU, and Pandora services. The players also both support HD audio formats like Dolby True HD and DTS-HD Master Audio.
Other features include BD-Live, directly playback capability from USB and memory cards, and Ethernet ports. The BDX2700 has integrated WiFi and the BDX2500 can have WiFi with an optional adapter. The 2500 sells for $179.99 and the 2700 goes for $249.99.
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