CES 2011: Panasonic Blu-Ray Players Win Awards
published onJanuary 24, 2011

Panasonic already took home two awards for its DMP-BDT210 Full HD 3D Blu-ray Disc Player at the CES show, garnering acclaim in the International CES Innovations 2011 Design and Engineering Awards categories of Video Components and Video Display.

The 3D Enhancer and Depth Controller produces movie theater-style 3D special effects — right in the comfort of your home. The UniPhier chip, exclusive to Panasonic Blu-Ray players, provides higher picture quality and reduces power consumption — if you’re upgrading from a DVD player, you’ll see the difference in your electric bills.

Panasonic VIERA-Cast Equipped for Internet Connectivity

The Panasonic Blu-Ray player is equipped with VIERA CAST to connect to the Internet, and includes Panasonic’s new application that allows users to connect to Skype right through their TV. That’s right — the age of big screen videophones is here, so gather the family around to talk to long distance relatives. Access the app easily through the Skype button on the remote control.

JD Pro Appreciates Innovation, Too

The Innovations Awards entries are judged based on superior engineering, aesthetic and design qualities, user value, unique features that appeal to consumers, and how the design and innovation of a product compares to others in the marketplace.

These are all traits we appreciate — and deliver to our customers through the products we carry and service we offer — here at JD Pro. That’s why we’re proud to offer Panasonic consumer and pro audio video products as just one of our many product choices for consumer and commercial audio video installations in Staten Island and across New York and New Jersey.