Panasonic DMP-B15 Portable Blu-Ray Wins CES 2010 Award

Posted: Nov 20 2009, 9:44am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:39pm CDT, in News | CES

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Today Panasonic won a CES 2010 Innovations award for their DMP-B15, the world's first portable Blu-ray player. The B15 will be shown off at CES 2010 along with all of the other award honorees. It's not hard to see why the B15 won this year. There are no other portable Blu-ray players on the market. If you want to watch your Blu-ray disks while on the go, your options are either the B15, or a really expensive laptop.

The B15 displays its videos on an 8.9" WSVGA LCD screen. It has an Ethernet connection which gives it access to Viera Cast, a Panasonic service through which users can access Amazon Video-on-Demand and YouTube. There's also an SD reader, for the folks who want to transfer their Blu-ray collection to a more portable form. In addition, the B15 has an HDMI input, which allows it to also serve as a standalone Blu-ray player.

For more information about the B15 and other Panasonic products, visit this website. For more CES 2010 coverage, you can read up here, here, and here.

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