Sony Ships 4K Blu-ray Player

April 24, 2012

Sony revealed Tuesday that it is now selling its BDP-S790 4K-up-scaling Blu-ray Disc player via its online store, and it will hit brick-and-mortar stores May 6.

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Sony's BDP-S790 ($250 suggested retail) offers 4K up-scaling and UltraViolet playback support.


The new flagship Blu-ray player will carry a $250 suggested retail, and is expected to ship to Sony's online customers this week.

The player features a dual-core processor, 3D playback, built-in Wi-Fi connectivity, DLNA streaming, and access to Netflix, Vudu, Amazon Instant Video, Slacker, Pandora, Twitter and Facebook.



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