The Panasonic DMR-BWT700 comes with wi-fi built in. There's no need to buy an extra dongle or connect via a network cable. All you'll need now is a wireless router and a broadband connection to be able to access the web-based content available.
DivX is a method of compressing movie files. It's main strengths are that it has a small file size but manages to keep a high movie quality. Because DivX is so popular, many televisions, DVD, Blu-ray and other video devices now support the format. The DMR-BWT700 supports DivX playback meaning that you can play any movies on it that were encoded in this format. Find out more about DivX here.
DLNA is all about getting our digital devices in the home to talk to each other and work together. The Panasonic DMR-BWT700 features DLNA making it easier than ever to connect your cameras, camcorders and other sources to your Blu-ray player. DLNA allows you to connect devices easiler as well a share content over your home Wi-fi network. It's a set of rules that manufacturers work to in order to get a range of devices working together. Lean about DLNA here.
DolbyHD does for audio what HD does for video, offering a perfect 'HD'sound quality. As Blu-ray discs have a lot more room on them than old DVD formats it's possible to have a much higher quality audio on the disc. The sound you hear is 100% uncompressed so there's no distortion and a huge difference in the quality.
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