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Pioneer BCS-717 414 313 and 212 Blu-ray Cinema Systems Make you want to Adopt

Pioneer BCS-717 414 313 and 212 Blu-ray Cinema Systems Make you want to Adopt

While Blu-ray has been out for quite a while now, we're still seeing businesses across the board continue to release videos on both the newest high quality medium AND the slightly older and lower quality plain ol' DVD format. Believe it or not, there are quite a few people on the planet still having yet to switch over to the Blu-ray world for more than a couple of reasons - the continued production of DVDs being one of them. What Pioneer is doing here today is making quite a grand swipe at making us want to switch over with four, count them, FOUR new 5.1 Blu-ray home cinema systems.

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Kaleidescape Vault M700 Robotic Storage For Your CDs, DVDs, and Blu-Ray Discs

Kaleidescape Vault M700 Robotic Storage For Your CDs, DVDs, and Blu-Ray Discs

If you have a massive collection of CDs, DVDs, and Blu-Ray discs that you'd like to have automatically stored and archived for easy access, then you might consider a robotic disc loader like the new Kaleidescape M700 Disc Vault. The M700 Disc Vault is a movie server that swallows your discs into a precision carousel, copies the content onto the Kaleidescape System, and easily plays back what you want when you want it---no more wasting time rummaging through your collection.

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Mitsubishi unveils LCD-22BLR500 Real TV Recording LCD TVs

Mitsubishi unveils LCD-22BLR500 Real TV Recording LCD TVs

Mitsubishi has a full line of TVs for home theater fans and has lots of other home theater gear in its lineup. The company has announced a new series of LCD TVs dubbed the Luoluo Real Record BLR500 Series. The TV that is the latest to launch in the series is the LCD-22BLR500. It will land on July 21 and is a very small and compact TV that promises to be easy to operate. The big feature is in the stand of the TV and is designed to make for a clean and compact installation.

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Haier Unveils Line of New WiFi-Enabled TVs at CES 2011

Haier Unveils Line of New WiFi-Enabled TVs at CES 2011

For TVs, having a connection to the Internet, where users can access applications in some fashion or another, has been a big point at this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. For Haier, which have officially unveiled a new line of Internet-connected TVs, it's about the hardware as much as it is the partnership that they've developed with Yahoo!.

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Samsung Ready to Unveil World’s Thinnest 3D Blu-ray Player

Samsung Ready to Unveil World’s Thinnest 3D Blu-ray Player

Despite the fact that Samsung may be ready to show off the brand new, world's thinnest 3D Blu-ray player, we'll have to wait a bit longer before we get an official announcement from the company, plus our own eyes-on with the device. Samsung has made it known that they plan on showing off the new 3D Blu-ray player at CES 2011, at the beginning of January.

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Vudu to Offer 1080p Streaming Content to Panasonic’s Viera Cast Blu-ray Players

Vudu to Offer 1080p Streaming Content to Panasonic’s Viera Cast Blu-ray Players

Oh my goodness! Vudu is back in a big way, yes? This most recent resurgence covers Panasonic's DMP-BDT350 (with full HD 3D), DMP-BDT300 (with full HD 3D), DMP-BDT100 (with full HD 3D), DMP-BD85, DMP-BD65, and DMP-B500 (the portable Blu-ray disc player). Starting November 24th, all of these devices will get complete access to the Vudu library - that is 4,000+ 1080p movies, all of them streaming, all of them promising to be totally frigging amazing. This system will work something like RedBox, with each title being available for $2 for a two-night rental. Firmware updates are on the way.

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Blu-ray Disc Given Emmy Award for Technology and Engineering

Blu-ray Disc Given Emmy Award for Technology and Engineering

If you're hanging out at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) you might see Panasonic Corporation, Royal Philips Electronics, Sony Corporation, and TDK Corporation being given a 62nd annual Technology and Engineering Emmy Award for their contributions to the Blue Laser Optical Systems for Consumer Playback. What a mouthful, here comes some more: this was announced by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and their contributions were said to be "fundamental for the distribution and recording of full HD content on optical discs at consumer price levels."

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