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Sony BDP-S270


$128.00 Released November, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Includes a broad selection of internet streaming apps - no need for an additional set top box. Good DVD upscaling to 1080p. Quick start/load feature works as expected.

The Cons:Doesn't integrate Wi-Fi - only compatible with a proprietary adapter. Confusing menu system - can be difficult to navigate. Poor customer support from the manufacturer.

The Sony BDP-S270 is a mid-cost Blu-ray player. The BRAVIA Internet Video feature of this player allows you to instantly stream movies, TV episodes, videos and music. You can choose entertainment from a large selection of apps, including Netflix, YouTube, Slacker.

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 With the BDP-S270's Quick Start/Quick Load feature, you can get media going quickly. This Blu-ray player is Wi-Fi Adapter Ready, and connects to your wireless broadband network with a USB Wi-Fi adapter (UWA-BR100 sold separately). The BDP-S270 series offers full HD 1080p video output for Blu-ray movies, and upscales the quality of DVDs to near HD. The Sony BDP-S270 is equipped with parental controls.

Features

  • BD-ROM, BD-R/RE, BD-Live Profile 2.0 DVD+R/RW, DVD-R/RW
  • 24p True Cinema technology
  • x.v.Color technology
  • CD-R/RW
  • JPEG playback
  • Dolby True HD and dts HD
  • BRAVIA sync
  • Parental Controls
  • Quick start mode
  • Wireless LAN ready via USB
  • Child lock

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Pros
  • 2

    includes a broad selection of internet streaming apps - no need for an additional set top box

  • 2

    good DVD upscaling to 1080p

  • 1

    quick start/load feature works as expected

  • 1

    consistent firmware updates from Sony

Cons
  • 2

    doesn't integrate Wi-Fi - only compatible with a proprietary adapter

  • 2

    confusing menu system - can be difficult to navigate

  • 1

    poor customer support from the manufacturer

  • 1

    not future proof - no 3D support

  • 1

    no DLNA support - must rely on internet-based content only

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