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Do any BD players support internet connectivity?

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Thinking about buying a BD player once they drop in the sub $200 point, but just curious if any of the units around right now have ethernet connectivity for interactive BD-J material?
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Possibly the PS3 - the Pioneer unit includes a network jack...otherwise, no.
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Originally Posted by blainehamilton View Post

Thinking about buying a BD player once they drop in the sub $200 point, but just curious if any of the units around right now have ethernet connectivity for interactive BD-J material?

I doubt you'll get a sub $200 player for a long time. The PS3 60 gb has wireless connectivity with a web browser as part of its firmware. Can connect (bluetooth) mouse, keyboard, etc.
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Does the 20gb ps3 give simular functionality?

Dang why o why didn't sony create a standalone drive like microsoft and then have 'unsupported' windows drivers that work like a charm on an htpc.
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The 20 GB PS3 supports internet too, but doesn't have a wireless adaptor built in.
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