Though its spec sheet looked promising, the BDX2700 was a little disappointing once we got our hands on it. Its design is a far cry from the sleek and slender exteriors offered by Samsung and Sony, and it also wound up the slowest Blu-ray player we've tested this year. And though the BDX2700 has the main streaming features we consider important, most Blu-ray players offer more, including DLNA compliance. The BDX2700 isn't a bad Blu-ray player if you can get it at a discount, but we couldn't find a major reason buyers should prefer it over the alternatives.
July 27, 2010 11:08 AM PDT
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