Walmart Black Friday Ad Features $69 Blu-ray Player With Wi-Fi

Posted: Nov 15 2010, 3:59pm CST | by , Updated: Nov 15 2010, 7:53pm CST, in Black Friday 2019


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The Walmart Black Friday 2010 Ad has now officially been published and we can start analyzing and comparing deals for the actual Black Friday on Nov. 26th. Like in previous years, Walmart is again offering a rock bottom priced Blu-ray player. This year you can get the Magnavox MBP5130/F7 Blu-ray player with Wi-Fi and free $10 VUDU credit for only $69.

On Black Friday 2009 the best Blu-ray player deal was at $78 and it was only a profile 1.1 player with Bonusview and no internet.

Features of the Magnavox MBP5130/F7 Blu-ray player include Blu-ray profile 2.0 (BD LIVE), 24fps, VUDU, Netflix and Wi-Fi. With VUDU is a pretty cool video streaming service offering full HD (1080p) quality.
This is obviously the best Blu-ray player Walmart has headlining their Black Friday deal. Best Buy will actually beat Walmart with a $59.99 Blu-ray player according to the leaked Best Buy Black Friday ad. The Toshiba has no W-Fi and no streaming video service support. The $59.99 Toshiba supports BD LIVE though.

If you do not want to stream videos than the Best Buy Blu-ray Toshiba Player deal is preferable.

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