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Topic # 56089 12-Jan-2010 05:52
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Hi does anyone know of a portable Blu-Ray player screen combo available in NZ ?




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  Reply # 289160 12-Jan-2010 09:15
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Cant say ive seen one. Theres possibly a good reason for this, why on earth would you want to watch a blu-ray on a ~8" screen? You would never get a high enough res panel for it to be worth it, even then the difference between a dvd and a bluray HD movie would be non exsistent on a panel that size



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  Reply # 289168 12-Jan-2010 09:42
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Hi I know what you mean about the screen size it is more for using outside during summer as I am no longer buying DVD's only blu ray and unfortunately very few come with a digital copy or a DVD. It is more of a convienience thing. I have a nice home theatre setup for action movies etc. But some don't really require the full monty etc




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  Reply # 289171 12-Jan-2010 09:53
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I've never seen any in NZ. They are available though, I saw a very nice Panasonic one when I was in the USA last year.

They aren't cheap though - around US$800 for the Panasonic one I was looking at.

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  Reply # 289231 12-Jan-2010 11:59
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HN in Henderson had a Panasonic (from memory) portable jobbie for around the $1500 mark pre-Christmas

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