Summary: Pros: Fast read of Blu-rays Feature rich Every video and music service you could want, including Amazon instant video, Netflix, and Pandora Has lasted a long time DLNA compliant - will play movies straight from your computer library or NAS. Cons: no control without the remote control.
Summary: The load time isn't too bad and pausing, fast forwarding, rewinding all work pretty well. Updating is a very easy process over the network cable. My only complaint is that for some reason, some production DVD movies can't be read on the unit.
Summary: This is a good quality 3D Blu-ray player. I was surprised it came with a couple 3D movies. I just do not know if I made the right purchase because I own a Samsung 3D 240HZ Flat screen and I do not know if I should have crossed brands to get the best effect out of the 3D feature.
Summary: I have owned the BDP-S70 for about 8 months and have used it over a dozen times to watch movies (3D and Blu-ray) as well as well as watch Netflix through a wireless connection from my wireless router. Overall, the BDP-S70 plays Blue-ray and Blue-ray 3D DVDs effortlessly.
Summary: This Blu-ray has all the things I needed from it, I got it to replace PS3 because it is too noisy. However Sony still has to learn a bit about user experience. I had to register and login at four different sony's own websites: Sony Registration (site was down the first day), Sony Essentials, Sony...
Summary: Great Blu-ray player from the top of Sony's line. I purchased because of the Skype function and my wife's family living too far away to visit and wanted to share family memories with them. When I first started it up the Skype function would not connect.
Summary: I recently replaced Sony's original Blu-ray player, the BDP-S1, with this updated model. Aside from being much slimmer (and lighter), the new device connects to the internet when firmware updates are available. Startup times are also dramatically faster.