LG Shows Off Blu-ray, Net Content

Posted by Tyler Pruitt on January 7, 2009 
Filed Under: Blu-ray, Downloads, Format War, Hardware, Netflix Streaming

LG discussed some pretty interesting things at their CES 2009 press event. They showed off their new BD370 Blu-ray player, including announcing new partnerships to bring YouTube and CinemaNow content to LG’s Blu-ray players.

They also mentioned 3 new Blu-ray equipped HTIB setups for 2009. LG is also launching a feature called “NetCast”, which will bring Netflix Streaming, YouTube, and Yahoo Widgets to NetCast enabled LCD/Plasma TVs.

Here is all of the pics from the press event:

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