Panasonic Blu-ray player reviews

Every Panasonic Blu-ray player and Blu-ray recorder we've reviewed in 2010 and 2011

Panasonic's Blu-ray players may not have the same diverse feature-set as Sony's, but they're still great at playing Blu-ray and DVD movies. Panasonic also makes an excellent range of Blu-ray digital TV recorders with internal hard drives — so we've put all together our Panasonic Blu-ray recorder and player reviews in this roundup.

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Panasonic DMR-BW880

The Panasonic DMR-BW880 has almost every feature you could hope for in a media player. The 500GB hard drive can store plenty of compressed video recordings (which can also be copied to Blu-ray), its network support allows Internet features and media sharing, and, best of all, it's cheaper than the model it replaces.

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  • 20th Aug., 2010
  • Campbell Simpson
  • Panasonic
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  • Pros:
  • DLNA server capability, cheaper than DMR-BW850
  • Cons:
  • Still expensive, could use more Internet features

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