First Portable Disc Player From Panasonic At CES

Panasonic comes out with its first potable Blu-ray disc player. The DMP-B15, unveiled it at CES in Las Vegas. This portable machine features a 8.9 inch LCD screen come with three-hours rechargeable battery. The device can work is two ways first as portable player and second as a digital TV connected via HDMI cable and used as a standalone player.

The DMP-B15 comes with an  SD memory cards that can be used to view digital photos, as well as high definition videos. This players includes Panasonic's Viera Cast application, which gives consumers with a broadband connection to visit Web sites, which can make this player more popular among consumers. Player supports sites like Amazon's video-on-demand service, YouTube, Google's Picasa photo service, the  Bloomberg financial news site and a weather channel.
The DMP-B15 will out in May. Thou, no words on pricing yet.

Panasonic also used its press conference to announce another first, Blue-ray/VHS dual player, the DMP-BD70V along with two new dedicated Blu-ray players: The DMP-BD60 and DMP-BD80. Again supported by Viera Cast.

Panasonic also introduces three camcorders at CES, each with a 70x optical ultra-zoom lens, which the vendor claims is not available from any other competitors. The SDR-H80 and SDR-H90 both have hard disk drives, and the third one uses an external SD memory card.

"Panasonic understands that consumers sometimes need that extra zoom to truly capture dynamic colors, expressions and motions when the subject is far away, such as during an on-stage school play or sporting event," Dennis Eppel, VP of Panasonic's Network Business Group, said in a statement.

All three camcorders are scheduled to be available in April. The SDR-H80 has a suggested retail price of $450, the SDR-H90, $500; and the SDR-S26 $330.


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70x optical ultra-zoom lens camcorders ... wow... numbers look great to me.. 70x zoom is quite deep zooming i am wondering how it's quality is ..?

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Panasonic booms in the electronic market and this was the first Portable Disc Player in the market...

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