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It seems like Blu-ray players are getting less and less expensive, and, remarkably, better and better. The Panasonic DMP-BDT110 retails for only $134.99 (direct), but with 3D support, Viera Connect Web apps and services, excellent video processing, and quick speeds, it stands as one of the best Blu-ray players you can get for less than $150. The only thing it's missing is built-in Wi-Fi, which you can add with an, albeit pricey, optional USB adapter. DesignLike just about every other Blu-ray player on the market, the BDT110 is finished in glossy black, with a simple design. At 1.5 by 16.9 by 7.1 (HWD) inches and 3.5 pounds, the BDT110 is the same size and weight as most budget and midrange Blu-ray players. At first look, the player has no physical controls on the front except a Power button on the top right edge and an Open/Close button on the top left edge. The entire front panel flips down to reveal additional controls and front-facing ports, including Stop/Play buttons, a USB port, and an SD card slot. The panel flips down automatically when loading a disc, and pops back up when the tray is closed. It can also be flipped down manually, which will keep it down until you move it back up.
The Panasonic DMP-BDT110 3D Blu-ray player is the 'lite' version of the DMP-BDT310, boasting many of the same features but with a few nips and tucks to get the price down a bit (by £70, to be precise). It's actually two rungs down the range ladder from the DMP-BDT310 – sitting between them is the DMP-BDT210, which is practically identical to the BDT310 in everything but connections. The DMP-BDT110, on the other hand, has some much more obvious omissions.Those missing features are things that you could file under 'luxuries' though – most of the big new features and core Blu-ray tricks for everyday viewing are still present and correct.All three decks look roughly the same, with their moody black finish and the sort of slimline dimensions to make a cover girl green with envy. The casing measures just 35mm high, which means less packaging and space taken up in your AV cabinet. But despite that, it's good to see that Panasonic hasn't skimped on build quality with the player's aluminium bodywork. However, the DMP-BDT110 does lack the flashy Touch Free Sensor found on the BDT310 and BDT210, which opens the disc tray with a wave of your hand. It's no major loss – just one less thing you can use to impress your mates.
|Panasonic DMP-BDT110 Wi-Fi Ready 3D/2D Blu-ray Disc Player||$179.99||See it|
|Panasonic DMP-BDT110 Wi-Fi Ready 3D/2D Blu-ray Disc Player||$193.5||See it|