It still never ceases to amuse me that Toshiba is in the Blu-ray market after putting the format down in favor of its HD DVD right until the end of HD DVD a few years back. Toshiba has announced a new Blue-ray player called the BDX3000 that is the company's first 3D Blu-ray player.
The device can play 3D films and supports a lot of streaming content as well as multiple audio formats. The player has WiFi for wireless streaming of movies and content from Netflix, VUDU, Pandora, and more. The player also has an Ethernet connection.
Along with the 3D player, Toshiba also unveiled new BDX2700 and BDX2500 players that don't support 3D Blu-ray. The 2D players are available now with the 2700 selling for $199.99 and the 2500 going for $149.99. The 3000 will ship later this month for $249.99. All of the players have support for 1080p 24fps playback with DVD upconverting and HDMI support and more.
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