Sharp has unveiled a feature-rich 3D Blu-ray player over at the IFA, dubbed the BD-HP90S. Aside from its technical specifications, the first thing you’ll notice about this device is its super thin and glossy design. This player is capable of churning out 3D and 2D Blu-ray movies, not to mention hooking up to a Wi-Fi network to access BD-Live content from the web wirelessly. A USB port is also available to allow media playback from external drives. This 3D Blu-ray player will be going up for sale this November for £379.99 ($584).
Flixster App Launched On Xbox 360 With Support For UltraViolet Videos
Logitech Unveils Harmony Ultimate, Smart Control Universal Remote Controls
Panasonic Will Continue To Produce Plasma TVs
Netflix Reaches 4 Billion Hours Of Streaming Video Milestone In Q1 2013