3D Blu-Ray for the mass market
With the DMP-BDT100, Panasonic has extended its 3D Blu-ray proposition down to the mass market. The first thing you need to know is that this player has been designed to work in an HDMI 1.4 environment.
With its DLNA branding you might expect the BDT100 to smugly play all media across your network – but you'd be wrong. If you have one of this season's Panasonic Blu-ray recorders on your network, the BDT100 can access and play content from that machine. However it cannot play media across a network. File playback only extends as far as an attached USB device. AVIs and MKVs could all be played once moved to a USB flash drive.
Read the paper here inTechRadar.