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Gift Shop merchant Amazon.com is offering the Panasonic DMP-BD75 Blu-ray Disc Player at a great price of $69.99 for today (12/14/2011) only! That comes with a $10 credit at Amazon.com in the future, so it's like paying $60 for a highly regarded budget Blu-ray player.
Here is the description from Amazon:
The Panasonic DMP-BD75 ultrafast-booting Blu-ray player has a stylish and simple menu design that is easy to use, even for first-time users. Enjoy streaming movies, shows, and other content with this Netflix, Cinemanow, and VUDU compatible Blu-ray player.
Also, for a limited time only, purchase this qualifying DMP-BD75 Blu-ray player and receive $10 in Amazon credit good toward the purchase of items shipped and sold by Amazon.com (certain exclusions apply, including Kindle books, MP3s, Gift Cards, and video rentals and downloads). Promotional credit will be applied to your Amazon.com account within four days after your order ships and expires December 14, 2012. Terms and conditions apply.
Click here to purchase the Panasonic DMP-BD75 and for more details.
This player will play high definition Blu-ray discs and standard definition DVD's, it can access the Internet for BD-Live content, as well Netflix Instant Streaming, VUDU, and CinemaNow streaming services. It also plays DLNA content off your local network. It is not wireless, so if you need a WiFi connection, you'll need to find another unit, such as the Panasonic DMP-BDT210 Integrated-Wi-Fi 3D Blu-ray DVD Player.
For the budget-minded, it's hard to go wrong with a low-cost player that has a good reputation for performance and reliability. While it's not up to the same level of the upscale OPPO BDP-93 Universal Network 3D Blu-ray Disc Player, that player appeals to a different customer than one who is looking for a low-cost basic unit.
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