Sony chips in with new Blu-Ray players and home cinema systems

While the CES 2011 has seen plenty of announcements from Microsoft, Sony has also put a smile on its fans’ faces by announcing its brand new range of Blu-ray players and the latest home cinema systems for release in 2011.  For your information, the newly announced Blu-ray players include: BDP-S380, BDP-S480 and BDP-S580. Also, four new home cinema systems that were made part of this announcement are: BDV-E280, BDV-E380, BDV-E880 and BDV-E780W. BDP-580 is equipped with Blu-Ray support as well as Wi-Fi connectivity. On the contrary, BDP-S380 comes equipped with Wi-Fi but lacks 3D Blu-Ray support whereas the BDP-480 is geared with 3D Blu-Ray support and misses on the Wi-Fi capabilities.

Speaking of the Home Cinema Systems that Sony has been privileged to have introduced, the internet-ready BDV 780W comes with desktop speakers and offers 3D surround sound. On the other hand, BDV-E880 is powered with 3D-surround sound aided by dual tallboy speakers and features two HDMI ports also. The E380 brings in 3D surround sound and lacks the dual tallboys whereas the 3D surround sound is absent in the E280.

According to Sony, “New Blu-ray Disc players and Home Cinema systems from Sony will redefine the way you experience home entertainment.”

Sony’s take on its freshly announced Blu-Ray players and Home Cinema Systems:

“With its capability to stream music, movies and online videos from all kinds of places, the Blu-ray player is fast becoming the centrepiece of your home entertainment set-up.”

“In 2011, enjoy even more of the best of the web with channels and services being added to Bravia Internet Video all the time, making it even easier to watch what you want, whenever you want.”

“You can browse popular video sharing sites such as YouTube or discover and enjoy TV programmes on BBC iPlayer, watch thousands of movies via Lovefilm and access to 24 hour breaking news from Sky News through its dedicated connected TV application – all from the comfort of your sofa, with no need to connect a laptop or PC.”

“And with the superior sound from our new Home Cinema Systems, now you can truly bring music, sports and 3D movies to life in your living room.”

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