Philips Wireless HDMI Blu-ray Player

Philips is introducing the world's first wireless HDMI Blu-ray player (BDP7580) today at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show (CES).  This wireless HDMI player is packed with features such as 3D playback, Philips MediaConnect, NetTV, Netflix™ and Blockbuster™ streaming, that not only bring movies to life but allow unlimited access between your PC and TV.   The BDP 7580 features a sleek design with a touch screen controls and a simple dongle connection to the back of the TV ensures secure streaming without unsightly wires. The addition of wireless HDMI eliminates the clutter with only ONE cord, the power cord.

With MediaConnect, you can wirelessly connect the PC to the TV for unlimited access to online movies, photos, videos, social networking and more. The computer desktop is mirrored on the TV screen and the entire Internet is one click away.  And with the addition of NetTV, you have the ability to press one button and stream 4500+ HD Channels through the Philips Blu-ray player directly to the TV. NetTV also allows you to access VUDU® - offering you another advantage with access to view online videos and photos through popular sites such as Facebook and Twitter via the home theater system. VUDU also supposedly offers the most HD movies available to consumers.

The Philips BDP7580 player also features a host of streaming options such as Netflix, Blockbuster, FilmFresh and Pandora - making it easy for you to have instant access to unlimited entertainment. The player process full 1080p at 24fps for cinema-like images and upscales consumers' existing DVDs quality to 1080p to make the picture look even better regardless of the TV brand.  All models also offer AVCHD playback ensuring you can watch a wealth of videos without limiting your format options.

The BDP7580 will be out in April and will have a suggested retail price of 499.99.

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