Wifi Blu-ray Players – The Best Sellers

Wifi Blu-ray Players – The Best Sellers

Blu-Ray players are home media disc players capable of playing high definition videos and audios. In some discs it is capable to update the contents in it using an Internet connection. The real drawback on   even the best Blu-ray players is that they depend on Ethernet connection for accessing the Internet. Most of the people would not be having Ethernet drops near T.V’s. for e.g. if you have a nice TV and a blu-ray player connected to it, the lack of Ethernet jack nearby will be real unfortunate. There comes the importance of the Blu-ray player with Wi-Fi, it allows you to get your unit onto the web browsing without using the Ethernet cable and is compatible with the home wireless network. Wireless Ethernet Bridges in years past to connect older computers that had Ethernet, but this one only supports 802.11b, for most of the users they will be wanting 802.11b/g supporting s/m. Now a days,  this kind of devices are towards gamers who will be wanting to play with others online. This means that your game console has to be connected to the internet and we’re back to the same problem that most people don’t have Ethernet jacks near their TV’s. The Wii and PS3 have Wi-Fi built-in, however some of the old consoles do not. The Bridge has an Ethernet jack on it and of course a power adapter. You plug it into your computer’s Ethernet port long enough to set it up. This means setting it up to join your current wireless (Wi-Fi) network, network name (SSID) and network password. Once it’s setup (about 5 minutes), you unplug it from your computer and plug it into your Ethernet only device. Blu-ray player manufacturers need to either build Wi-Fi in or at least provide a low cost Wi-Fi adapter like tivo does for the TiVo HD. In the meantime if you want to connect your Ethernet only device to your network and don’t want to run wires your best bet is a Wireless Ethernet Bridge. There are lot of cheap wifi bluray players in the market now. Well here I am giving you a list of Best blu-ray players with Wi-Fi, there is lot of them in the market now but it is the most selective ones LG BD390 Wi-Fi Blu-ray Player LG’s $400 BD390 is first with real integrated Wi-Fi. It’s probably the best all-around Blu-ray player there is at the moment. The BD390 is a great disc-playing supplement to a frill-less cable-co DVR, though many of its streaming-video perks overlap with those from TiVo or Media Center PCs. BD390 even got an upgrade so that in addition to the Netflix and YouTube which it already serves up, it also distributes CinemaNow video, and sniffs out music and video on your network to play too. All you have to do is to just plug in the thing, stick an HDMI cable in to connect to your receiver or TV, and you’re done as far as the wiring goes. Two wires, including power.  Its music player is lame—one track at a time—and the photo viewer is nominal, but the video playback was fast and pretty broad. Its price is higher than most, but its defenitly worth a shot Samsung BDC6500 Wi-Fi Blu-ray Player The Samsung BD-C6500 Blu-ray Player offers Internet@ TV, which delivers the best of the web, straight to your HDTV, with downloadable widgets and apps like BLOCKBUSTER®, Facebook®, YouTube™, Twitter™, Flickr™, Pandora and more. With the BDC6500 you can shop online, share pictures, catch up with friends and connect to a wide range of streaming digital content at the touch of a button. The BDC6500 also has wireless LAN built-in. Add to that AllShare™, which enables content to be seamlessly streamed between DLNA® devices, allowing you to play files stored on your PC through your Blu-ray Player. Advantages
  • Internet@TV
  • BD-Live™ (Profile 2.0), BONUSVIEW)
  • Wireless LAN Built-in
  • AllShare™
  • 1GB built-in memory
  • High glossy finish
  • Sleek, slim design (39mm)
NSZ-GT1 Sony WiFi  Blu-ray Player Google TV delivers a new experience by bringing the TV and internet together. Using your existing cable or satellite service and at no additional cost, Google TV gives you access to more entertainment options and simplifies the process of finding what you’re looking. Plus, you can enjoy both TV and web content at the same time, on the same screen. Whatever you’re searching for, Sony Internet TV will help you find it on TV or the internet. Whether you’re looking for a channel, show, or website, spend less time searching and more time watching. Also the automatic updates from the powerful Google TV  always keep it up to date, it is a very cool feature actually. There are lot of applications that are available to download from the android library, this will give your system new contents and capabilities. This system contains an intuitive handheld keypad with mouse which will actually make the internet navigation a lot easier than earlier. Memorex MVBD2535 Wi-Fi Blu-ray Player This company competes with the Panasonic DMPBD655K Blu-Ray disc player. This player can play videos in 1080 H.D quality. It has an HDMI .3 interface which supports up to 1920*1080 output. It has an integrated Wi-Fi for wireless streaming with your Home network. Well it does features services like Netflix, Blockbuster and Pandora video and audio streaming. It has aldo a Bd live Internet connectivity support which will help you to update the contents. You can play DVD’s and nearly convert them in to near HD quality. It has a Multilingual on-screen display. It supports Dolby digital plus sound system. Well other than the DVD we can also give input to the player using an SD card slot or a 2.0 USB slot which is available in the player.

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