Sony released networked Blu-ray player

Sony BDP-N460 Network Blu-ray Player

After LG and Samsung Sony announced its networked Blu-ray player. The BDP-N460 offers a practically standard set of online features – Netflix, YouTube,, Crackle, and Slacker Radio as well as its own BRAVIA Internet Video platform. The player sports Ethernet and USB port. It’d be possible to use WET610N Dual Band Wireless-N Ethernet Bridge adapter to connect the BDP-N460 to the local network. There is no information about possibility to play DivX or MKV files from USB storage or network shares.

Sure, the BDP-N460 provides functionality of high-end Blu-ray players such supporting BD-LIVE content, upscaling SD video to HD and outputting 1080p video with 7.1 Dolby Digital and DTS-HD audio via HDMI.

The BDP-N460 will be available this October at $249.99.

[via eHomeUpgrade]

Related Posts:

  • Three Pioneer Blu-ray players officially in US
  • Blu-ray player works as Netflix client
  • Sony announced its Google TV powered TVs and Blu-ray player
  • Zotac released AMD-based ZBOX Blu-ray
  • Sony SMP-N200 Streaming Player with 3D support
  • Networked DVD player

  • Write a comment: