First post-war Blu-ray player from Panasonic in Australia

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Panasonic has announced its first Blu-ray player in Australia since Toshiba threw in the towel. The DMP-BD30 will show how the consumers think of an HD DVD-free product… Panasonic’s newest Blu-ray…

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Umm…first post-war Blu-ray? Available from mid-March? I’ve owned this player since early December 2007. Good stuff.


#3

Final Standard Profile. And what 2.0 will be called ? I wouldnt touch anything blu except burners/roms with a 6ft pole any time soon.


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Adjusted the title: Turns out that this upcoming launch is for Australian customers.


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V2.0 will be called the ‘refined’ version of their FINAL version, hehe… :B These Blu-Ray supporters /I mean the companies/ don’t know what to (or how to) tell/lie to their customers… :smiley: Now it would be a great time to make a really FINAL version and lower the hw/media prices a lot, otherwise I suppose their ‘victory’ won’t be worth that much… :r


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u_n_s97 on Wednesday 27 February 2008 18:30 “These Blu-Ray supporters /I mean the companies/ don’t know what to (or how to) tell/lie to their customers… :D” - yeah! Your right :slight_smile:


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“Umm…first post-war Blu-ray? Available from mid-March? I’ve owned this player since early December 2007. Good stuff.” LOL, now that is funny.