Toshiba today announced its 2012 lineup of Smart Blu-ray Disc players, featuring an all new Aero Design and network capabilities.
Toshiba's new Blu-ray Disc players share the new Aero family design with Toshiba LED TVs. All models include the silver Aero wing and low profile design. 3D models add a wider 430mm chassis to better match other A/V components.
Toshiba's Smart Blu-ray Disc players include a variety of A/V streaming applications including Netflix, VUDU, YouTube and more. Toshiba has also included the Vudu Apps aggregation service for access to dozens of additional Internet widgets that offer a wide variety of content options.
MediaShare is a simple DLNA interface that allows the Smart Blu-ray Disc players to access content from other DLNA-compatible devices. Connecting a Smart Blu-ray Disc player to any TV instantly connects that room to the home network, and allows access to all of one?s stored A/V content.
With USB Video, users can enjoy videos, music, photos and more on the big screen right from a USB flash drive.
2012 Blu-ray Player Line-up
BDX2300 and BDX3300 - The BDX2300 and BDX3300 are Toshiba's new 2D Smart Blu-ray Disc players. With 1080p full HD playback, BD-Live, Netflix, VUDU and other A/V streaming capabilities to access content via an Internet-connection, Dolby True HD and DTS HD for 7.1 channel surround, HDMI and USB Video ports, these players offer a complete entertainment experience.
The BDX2300 is Wi-Fi ready and will be available in April. The BDX3300 includes built-in Wi-Fi and will be available in May.
BDX4300 and BDX5300 - The BDX4300 and BDX5300 are Toshiba's new 3D Smart Blu-ray Disc players. These models include all of the functionality of the 2D models, plus 1080p 3D HD playback.
The BDX4300 is Wi-Fi ready and will be available in April. The BDX5300 includes built-in Wi-Fi and will also be available in April.