Tosh announces entry level Blu-ray player
10th Feb 2010 | 13:39
£130 for second standalone UK offering
Toshiba has announced its second standalone Blu-ray player for the UK - with the BDX2100KB positioned for the 'entry-level' sector of the market.
The BDX2100KB offers 1920x1080p HD resolution, deep colour support, HDMI 1.3 and REGZA-LINK tech that ensures seamless integration with HDMI-CEC compatible TVs and audio systems.
The player is also BD Live Profile 2.0 and and brings Dolby True HD and DTS Master Audio compatible.
"Positioned in the entry-level sector of the market, the player is designed to offer consumers value for money, blending a strong set of specifications with a striking design at a price point that will appeal to the mass market consumer," says Tosh's release.
"High-quality DVD upscaling performance with HDMI connectivity enhances performance of standard definition DVDs by up-converting images to 1080p quality. A Digital Coaxial Audio Output ensures direct connectivity to audio decoders."
The Toshiba BDX2100KB has a UK release date of May 2010 and will cost around £129.99.