Summary: I bought this in February 2012 and it stopped receiving Wi-Fi four or five times, at least, became a horrible ordeal each time. The last time it stopped working, I called the 800 number and the automated answering service asked if I bought it in the last twenty-four months and no matter whether I...
Summary: I am comparing three players for you, Panasonic DMP-BDT210, Panasonic DMP-BDT220, and Sony BDP-S590. For all 3 players, everything worked great on each- picture and sound are fantastic, and all the menus are very intuitive.
Summary: I returned the first Panasonic DMP-BDT210 that was blanking out during setup and playback. The second one does the same except it does it only on 3D. I have a Sony Blu-Ray player that has no problems with the same setup.
Summary: Without a doubt this is an excellent Blu-ray player overall, but I have found some things not to my liking. I bought it to replace an old Insignia with integrated Wi-Fi that has been slowly degrading these last few months. Out of the box, the DMP-BDT210 is a sharp-looking little unit.
Panasonic DMP-BDT210 Integrated-Wi-Fi 3D Blu-ray DVD Player
21 January 2012
Summary: I bought this player despite a number of reviews critical of the internet application. Since I use a wired internet connection for the intended application, I thought I would avoid the problems reported in connecting wirelessly. Alas, my sentiments were highly optimistic.
Summary: I ordered two of these players prior to the holidays--one for our family, and one to give as a gift. I was initially very pleased with how easy it was to set up the player on our wireless home network, and how rapidly I was able to get to apps for Netflix and Amazon Instant Video.
Summary: I bought this model for two primary reasons. First, it's supposed to support "wireless" access to Netflix and some other online content when set up. The other reason was because of the up-conversion capability.
Summary: Received exactly as advertised, in well packed carton, about 7-days after order placement. The integrated Wi-Fi is amazing stuff, set-up was (Netflix) easy, and everything worked on the first try.
Summary: I purchased this to go with my HDTV. All I can say is I have no regrets about choosing this unit. It was very easy to set up. The remote doesn't look cheap. The picture is fantastic. Does everything as advertised. I read a lot of reviews of Blu Ray players before buying this and I'm pleased.
Summary: So far so good with the player. Saw the notorious "black flashes" with netflix almost immediately. Searching the interwebs indicates that there's a two-fold solution to this- 1. Leave an SD card in the SD slot. 2. Don't use DHCP, rather give your BD player a static IP from your router.