Toshiba BDX2250 Wi-Fi Enabled Blu-ray Disc Player, Black Big Discount
Title : Toshiba BDX2250 Wi-Fi Enabled Blu-ray Disc Player, Black
ASIN : B005DII6XW
Description : Want the beauty of Blu-ray-and streaming, too-without blowing your budget? Toshiba’s BDX2250 Blu-ray Disc Player is ready, waiting and way-affordable. Plug it in, then sit back to watch your favorite movies in stunning native 1080p Full HD. And treat your ears to amazing surround sound, thanks to Dolby True HD and DTS-HD. You’ll also see what sets Blu-ray apart with BD-Live 2.0, going online right from the movie to view filmmaker chats, deleted scenes, short clips and more. Plus, you will be able to view additional onscreen content thru Bonus View.* Take advantage of popular streaming services like Netflix, Cinema Now, YouTube, VUDU, Pandora, Blockbuster and Picasa. And don’t fret over building your home theater, because this player comes with USB and HDMI w/CEC ports, and has a built-in Wi-Fi LAN for clutter-free, in-home connectivity. So why wait? Get into Blu-ray and onto the Internet with the BDX2250 Blu-ray Disc Player from Toshiba. Note: HDMI Cable not included.
- 1080p Full HD
- Internet streaming
- Built-in Wi-Fi
- Energy Star. HDMI cable Not Included with this Item.
Category: Blu-ray Players
Item Page Detail URL : link
Rating : 2.3
Rating : 90
Review : You get what you pay for…
…which is not a lot. It’s small, fairly good looking in a nondescript kind of way, is not riddled with buttons on the front panel, has Wifi and Netflix (nice combo) and a remote with an OK set of buttons.
Speaking of which (the remote that is), it has some weird connectivity problem. I used to own a Samsung DVD with HDD that had a very narrow field of reception, this is better but somewhat unresponsive. Sometimes you have to press a button three or four times before it reacts. Not OK.
And it does not support subtitles for Netflix. Which is lame since it’s a very new model released only months ago. Reminds me of Xbox 360: no subtitles support for playback from USB. Why? Bill knows. So, Mr. Toshiba boss; why no subtitles?
Oh and the Wifi, while nice and built in and no problems connecting is very slow on the uptake. Start the device, sit around and wait for it to connect. Not like the Toshiba laptop I’m writing this on which connects super fast…