Panasonic announced two media streamers at CES back in January, the DMP-MST60 and the DMP-MS10. Both models offer IPVOD while the DMP-MST60 is 3D capable, offers 2D to 3D conversion, and comes with a web browser that has a cursor for easy maneuvering. The DMP-MS10 does not have these two features. Both models offer Miracast, which allows users to transfer photos and videos from their Android 4.2 or higher smartphones to their HDTVs. Today the company has announced the pricing for both of these models.
The DMP-MS10 is priced at $79.99 and the DMP-MST60 is priced at $99.99. Both of these models are now available for purchase directly from Panasonic. Users also have the ability to play video from sites such as YouTube, Netflix and Hulu. Both models include external HDD playback and feature VIERA Connect which allows owners of VIERA Connected-enabled Home Theater Systems, Blu-Ray Disk Players and Streaming Media Players to transform any HDTV in to a Smart TV, allowing for access to a wide range of internet based video on demand content and various applications for news, social networking, music, fitness, shopping and online gaming.
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