Panasonic has just rolled out its first 3D Blu-ray disc player, known as the DMP-BDT300. This model will boast Panasonic’s UniPhier LSI chip that allows the device to cope with the throughput required to display nearly double the information compared to a regular Blu-ray movie. It is full well capable of outputting in full HD, while boasting an array of high-end image processing technologies to which will be able to bring out the detail in a Blu-ray disc, offering upscaling for DVDs sa well. Connectivity options include DLNA support, USB, an SD memory card slot, as well as support for JPEG, DivX Plus HD and MP3, and AVCHD, MPEG2 and JPEG content. Twin HD-out sockets allows one to dedicate one to audio and one to video if the need arises. No idea on pricing or availability worldwide, but we know the DMP-BDT300 is ready and waiting to be purchased!