What makes Pioneer’s first 3D Blu-ray player stand out? It’s got an armoured chassis. So you can throw remotes at it. And it’s iPhone controlled. Which is all Pioneer’s saying about the BDP-43FD, but expect it to be expensive. [Pioneer]
A simple, skinny rectangle, Sharp’s 3D Blu-ray players pull in Netflix, Pandora and Vudu and plays back Divx files. There’s no built-in Wi-Fi, but it comes with a dongle. They’re $US430 and $US500. [Sharp]
I’m not sure you could ever call a 32-inch monitor portable, but if you could, the JVC LT-32WX50 fits the bill. Aside from the LCD’s 6.4mm depth, the display weighs but 5.7kg.